See the program director for more information on this option.
The Department of Psychology provides statistical consultants to help students with data management and analysis.
The Psychology Undergraduate Office offers two advising options.
The Psychology Honors Director offers walk-in advising (fall and winter terms). The Director can help with questions regarding thesis content, research, issues/problems with your project, grad school The Psychology Honors Coordinator/Academic Advisor will schedule appointments with either prospective or current program students.
Students who are performing at a high level (roughly a 3.4 GPA or better) in Physics in their first or second year are encouraged to meet with a faculty advisor and elect an Honors Physics/IP concentration.
A student must maintain at least a 3.4 GPA to graduate with Honors.
The research frequently helps guide students toward their next stage in life, be it graduate school or a career in teaching, industry, government or elsewhere.
Each student who completes an Honors Thesis is encouraged to apply to the William L.
The College of LSA will not retroactively award an honors degree.
Students who need to delay the completion of their thesis will have to delay graduation if they wish to graduate with an “honors” designation.