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Students have the option of changing to a subsequent Catalog Year (e.g., if
requirements become more lenient after you start at UD, you may request to switch to
the more lenient requirements). Please contact the Director of Advising for more information.
To see the requirements for Catalog Years 2004-2009, click here.To see the requirements for Catalog Years 2010-2012, click here.To see the requirements for Catalog Years 2013-2016, click here and download a degree checklist here.
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110 will be taken by all students as freshmen. ENGL 110 must be
completed by the time a student has earned 60 credits. Students who
transfer into the College of Arts and Sciences with 45 credits or more
must complete this requirement within two semesters. Transfer students
who have completed college-level courses in research writing should
check the English Department to see if they qualify for
Need at least a C- in each course (may not be taken
pass/fail). University Breadth courses must be taken from four different
subject areas. Students in a single major may NOT satisfy these with
courses from their major area.
Must have completed 60 credits first; Only the specific sections designated within each academic term will satisfy the second writing requirement.
number of courses depends on years of language taken in high school;
must complete the intermediate level (107 or 112 or 202 (formerly 214), depending on
at least a C- in each course (may not be taken pass/fail). Within each
group, courses must be from at least two departments. Courses may count
for both University and A&S breadth requirements when a course
satisfies both (see the rules here).
Note: CHEM103/107 and CHEM104/108 are required corequisites for BISC207 and 208
Psychology Major Requirements (need a C- for all major courses)
PSYC100: General Psychology
AP score of 4 will exempt you from PSYC100
MATH202, MATH205, STAT200, or SOCI301 are approved substitutions. If you received STAT200 credit through AP Statistics, you must still fulfill this requirement.
If you are minoring or double majoring with Neuroscience, please see this website for the rules about which courses can count for both sets of requirements.
400- or 600-Level Specialty Courses. Take two.
Excludes 466, 468, and 404
Note: Typically, students begin working in research labs at the start of their junior year or earlier. You must have a written thesis proposal, that is agreed to by your
faculty research mentor, prior to the start of your thesis research.
Note: Once students complete the written thesis, the final version should approved by the faculty mentor. The faculty mentor will then submit a copy to the Chair of the Undergraduate Committee.
For highly motivated students wanting a degree with distinction. Note that a formal application is due during junior year and a committee and oral defense are required.
Total credits in the Psychology B.S. major: 36
Total credits to graduate: minimum124 with a GPA of 2.0
Note: If you are minoring or double majoring with Neuroscience, please see this website for the rules about which courses can count for both sets of requirements.