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Most students apply to the Honors Program when they apply for admission to UD, either as Freshmen or transfer students. However, current students may also apply. Visit the Honors College website for more information.
If you are planning to earn an Honors Degree in Psychology or Neuroscience, you must take four honors classes in the major (12 credits), and two must be at the 300-level or above. For Neuroscience Honors students, NSCI320 (Introduction to Neuroscience) is expected to be completed at the Honors level. You should plan to take honors
classes as they are offered since they are not offered every semester. We discourage individual contracts with
Planned PSYC and NSCI Honors Offerings from Spring 2020 to Spring 2023
Spring 2020: Fall 2020: PSYC100 PSYC100PSYC209 PSYC467 (Implicit Mind)PSYC340 NSCI100PSYC394 NSCI/PSYC320NSCI/PSYC320 NSCI428Spring 2021: Fall 2021: PSYC100 PSYC100PSYC209 PSYC467 (TBA)PSYC340 NSCI100PSYC467 (Infant Cognition) NSCI/PSYC320 NSCI/PSYC320 NSCI429NSCI420 NSCI436Spring 2022: Fall 2022: PSYC100 PSYC100PSYC209 PSYC467 (Advanced Statistics) or PSYC405PSYC340 NSCI100NSCI/PSYC320 NSCI/PSYC320 NSCI430 NSCI436Spring 2023: PSYC100PSYC209PSYC340PSYC350NSCI/PSYC320NSCI429 or NSCI/PSYC433
Spring 2020: Fall 2020:
PSYC209 PSYC467 (Implicit Mind)
Spring 2021: Fall 2021: PSYC100 PSYC100PSYC209 PSYC467 (TBA)PSYC340 NSCI100PSYC467 (Infant Cognition) NSCI/PSYC320 NSCI/PSYC320 NSCI429NSCI420 NSCI436
Spring 2021: Fall 2021:
PSYC209 PSYC467 (TBA)
PSYC467 (Infant Cognition) NSCI/PSYC320 NSCI/PSYC320 NSCI429
Spring 2022: Fall 2022: PSYC100 PSYC100PSYC209 PSYC467 (Advanced Statistics) or PSYC405PSYC340 NSCI100NSCI/PSYC320 NSCI/PSYC320 NSCI430 NSCI436
Spring 2022: Fall 2022:
PSYC209 PSYC467 (Advanced Statistics) or PSYC405
Spring 2023: PSYC100PSYC209PSYC340PSYC350NSCI/PSYC320NSCI429 or NSCI/PSYC433
NSCI429 or NSCI/PSYC433
***We will make every
effort to schedule these classes as planned here, but it is possible that
faculty availability will change***
We occasionally add an Honors section along with a regular section
to help Honors students meet graduation requirements. We discourage individual contracts with faculty
members. Please see your assigned faculty advisor if you have any questions.
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