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Undergraduate Programs in Psychology


SPRING 2019 REGISTRATION NOTE: Most Psychology classes for SPRING 2019 are now at capacity. We cannot add students to a class that is full.  


The Psychology Department offers several academic and research opportunities for students. These include a bachelor of arts (BA) major, bachelor of science (BS) major, and a minor. Students planning to pursue a career in which a background in psychology is useful, such as business, communications, or social services, will find the BA degree to be an appropriate track. Students interested in pursuing professional or research careers in psychology are encouraged to consult with their academic advisor for advice on whether the BA or BS degree is most appropriate to meet their long-term goals.

Types of Advisers

Faculty Advisors  Your Faculty Advisor will help you discover your interests, guide you in your course choices, and answer questions about your Psychology major. Meetings with your Faculty advisor are made by sending an appointment request through email. You can find your faculty advisor's information in the “My Advising” section of MySlice. Psychology Faculty email are listed here:

Program Advisors  Staff in the Psychology Student Support Office will answer process and policy questions about class registration, provide signatures for major and minor declaration forms, and complete progress reviews to remove holds during advising and registration. The SSO is the "go-to" office for finding forms and general questions about procedures. Located in room 420 Huntington Hall, the SSO is open for 15 minute drop-in meetings for Psychology majors and minors Monday through Friday from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Questions and forms may be submitted any time to the SSO at:

Professional Advisors  The College of Arts and Sciences offers individualized, student-centered academic counseling for all students enrolled in The College. Your Professional Advisor will guide you with completing your Core degree requirements, meeting your academic goals, and making the most of your undergraduate experience at Syracuse University. You may schedule an appointment with your Professional Advisor here:

  PSY Faculty Advisors will assist you with:   PSY Student Support Office will assist you with:   The College Professional Advisor will assist you with:
  • Discovering your professional interests
  • Guiding you in class selection
  • Answering your questions about your major, career, and graduate school
  • Major/Minor declaration form signatures
  • Psychology Major requirements
  • Removing your Psychology advising hold during Advising and Registration
  • Guiding you in understanding and completing your Core requirements
  • Helping you meet your academic goals
  • identify academic enrichment opportunities