Requirement Checklist for
Neuroscience and Behavior Majors in the
Psychology Honors Program

Complete the form below and discuss it with your faculty advisor prior to registration. Show grades for all courses you have completed, and include all courses you plan to take to complete your major, or concentration. You may print this form and/or submit it via the web. Graduating Seniors:Please use the online submission feature to send a copy of this form to the UCA prior to the start of your final semester.

Name (Last, First): UNI: Phone:

E-mail: Local Address:

School: Program: Psych Advisor:

Entered Columbia when? (mm/yy): Plan to Graduate when? (mm/yy):


Please enter all requested information as shown in Examples 1 and 2 below. (Ex. 2 is a transfer course.)

Course #

Professor / Title of Course

Term & Yr

Points

Grade

Ex. 1: W1001

Lindemann/ Science of Psychology

Spr 09

3

A+

Ex. 2: Other*

U.Conn Psy 101/Shelly/Intro Psych (approved by DUS*)

Fall 06

4

A+

General Chemistry Course (or high school equivalent)

B1. Biology C2005: Intro. Bio I: Biochemistry, Genetics, and Molecular Biology

B2. Biology C2006: Intro. Bio II: Cell Biology, Development, and Physiology

B3. Biology W3004: Neurobio I: Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology

B4. Biology W3005: Neurobio II: Development and Systems

B5. One additional 3000 or 4000 level biology course from approved list

P1. The Science of Psychology: PSYC W1001 or S1001

P2. Neuroscience Intro: PSYC W1010 or W2450

P3. Research Methods: PSYC W1420, W1450, W1480, W1490, W1610, or STAT W1111 or W1211

P4. One 2000- or 3000-level psychology course from approved list

P5. One advanced psychology seminar from approved list

Honors Program Courses: Four Semesters of W3910 and up to 12 points of W3920.

Please review the program requirements before completing and submitting this form. Note: To qualify for honors, students in the Honors Program must take a total of 6 points beyond the number required for their major, and satisfy all other requirements for honors and for the major. The additional 6 points may include the Honors Seminar and Honors Research courses.

Will the courses you have listed above--when completed--satisfy all program requirements?

Comments? Use this space for comments, questions, or to list additional Psych Courses you were not able to fit into the form above.

 

Barnard Psychology Courses and Transfer Credit. With the Program Advisor's approval, one Barnard psychology course, but not more than one, may be applied toward the 1st, 3rd, 4th, or 5th psychology requirement. Alternatively, you may apply to the Psychology Program Advisor to have one course from another institution applied toward the psychology portion of the Neuroscience and Behavior major.

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