Who We Are
Psychological sciences involve the study of mental processes, the brain, and behavior in human and other animals. Students earning a degree in psychological sciences learn to analyze data, communicate complex information, understand human behavior and think and write scientifically. These skills are highly prized by employers in a variety of fields.
The Stadler Psychological Sciences Advising Office helps students to understand and work toward their academic requirements and goals, while also communicating the many options for their degree after graduation.
What We Do
- Help you sort out requirements for the BS vs. BA majors and the minor in Psychological Sciences
- Help you determine whether a major or minor in Psychological Sciences is right for you
- Counsel you on potential careers in Psychological Sciences, BS/BA-level jobs, and graduate school options
- Help you navigate the graduate school application process
- Point you in the direction of resources outside this office when necessary
What We Cannot Do
- Advise you on requirements and courses in other departments, including the General Education curriculum
- Determine the eligibility of psychology course equivalencies from other institutions
- Register you for your classes or work through your schedule to plug in specific classes
- Apply or clear holds on your account
- Issue or process paperwork necessary for you to claim a major or minor, process a grade modification, or file for graduation
- Make determinations about financial aid, admissions, or transfer credits from courses taken at other institutions in departments other than Psychological Sciences
- If you do require any of the above services, please visit the advising office in the Dr. Marcus Allen Advising Center.