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Course Offerings

Tentative undergraduate course offerings for Fall, Winter, Spring 2009-2010:

For the most current listings, see To learn more about the classes (including prerequisites and course descriptions), click here.

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The Undergraduate Counseling office is a vital resource for students. Official degree requirements are posted at the office.

Undergraduate Counseling Office Website

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The Honors Program is designed for students in the Psychology (Cognitive Sciences) major who are interested in pursuing graduate study in psychology and/or seeking challenging research experiences as a capstone to their undergraduate experience.

The program requires two (2) years to complete. It begins in the fall quarter of your junior year or 4th year (if taking 5 years to complete the degree) and ends in the spring quarter of your senior (or 5th) year.

For information about the program including application procedures, please review the Honors Program flyer.

Applications are currently being accepted. The deadline for submission is June 5, 2009 (for continuing students) and August 15, 2009 (for transfer students).

If you have questions about the Honors Program, please contact Michael Lee, Honors Program Advisor, at

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Students meeting the following criteria are eligible to become part of Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology.

Junior or Senior status (with at least 4 upper-division psychology classes at UCI)

Overall GPA in upper 10% of class (minimum 3.5-3.6)

Overall Psychology GPA in upper 10% of class (minimum 3.5-3.6)

Genuine interest in psychology

The UCI chapter of Psi Chi accepts new members twice a year.

The application deadline has passed. The next deadline, along with an updated application guide and form, will be available in November 2009. Please check back then.


Psi Chi Brochure

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This is an academic club for psychology majors and other students interested in the study of psychology. The club sponsors guest speakers and social events to help students become better acquainted with one another and with faculty members who share similar interests. It also informs students of various career opportunities in psychology and related fields.

Psychology Club Website

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