Honors research provides those majors who have demonstrated outstanding performance in psychology course work with an intensive research experience.
Students may choose to conduct their research in either the fall or spring semester. The Honors Seminar meets during both semesters, and all students participate in all seminar meetings.
Prerequisite: By invitation of the department only.
Honors Research is funded by the Jack D. Shand Psychology Research Endowment Fund.
The opportunity to develop an Honors Thesis is designed to meet needs of the clearly superior student.
Students in Honors Thesis enroll in Psychology 466 for both fall and spring semesters. Successful completion of the program entitles the student to receive credit for two courses.