Academic advising is a key ingredient in making progress toward graduation. In the Department of Psychological Science, we take academic advising very seriously. When you arrive on campus you are assigned to one of our full-time faculty who will be your academic advisor for the four years you are on campus. You will meet with your advisor once a semester to plan your coursework for the following semester. Although the ultimate responsibility for understanding and meeting your graduation requirements rests with you, your academic advisor is an excellent resource to help you. In addition, advising is a time for you to think about career plans and the most effective way to reach your academic and career goals. This web page has some extremely important information on it. We encourage you to open the documents and click on the links below for more detailed information and guidance.
See the following to assist you in planning for advising:
Other links with information to assist you
- My Belmont (to access Degree Works)
- B.A. and B.S. Requirements (click on your catalog year, then click on General Education, then click on BS or BA requirements)
- Psychology Major Requirements
- Psychology Minor Requirements
Thriving and Surviving as a Psychology Major