The Department of Psychology offers five undergraduate majors: Psychology, Biopsychology, Clinical Psychology, Cognitive and Brain Science, and Engineering Psychology. For more information on each major, consult the Undergraduate Handbook and individual major pages below. We offer the following information here to provide answers to students' most commonly asked questions: Students who major in one of the five majors offered by the Psychology Department may not major in a second one. Psychology, Biopsychology, Clinical Psychology, Cognitive and Brain Science, and Engineering Psychology majors may not double major in any of the other majors offered by the Psychology Department.
The Psychology Department does not have a minimum grade criterion for counting a course toward any of its five majors; a passing grade is what is required. There is no minor in Psychology. A minor in CBS and a minor in Linguistics are available; both programs are administered by the Department of Philosophy.
Learn more about the requirements, curriculum, and resources for the Department of Psychology's undergraduate majors and minors.