Students who apply for the major in Psychology with a Pre-graduate School concentration should be those who will be competitive applicants for Ph.D. or competitive master’s programs. GPA is an important consideration for admission to these programs. A subcommittee of the Undergraduate Studies Committee will screen students applying for the concentration, and students will be admitted to the program only upon approval of their application. A minimum GPA of 3.25 is required for application.
To graduate with this concentration, students must achieve an overall GPA of 3.25. It is recommended that students apply for admission to this concentration between the completion of 45 and 60 hours. The Pre-graduate School concentration requires 41 semester hours of psychology and one minor from outside the Department of Psychology.