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Declaring a Major in Psychology
To apply for a major in psychology, students must have completed 24 credit hours of undergraduate course work, successfully completed Introductory Psychology (PSY 111), have a grade point average of at least 2.00 in completed Creighton psychology courses and a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00. A minor in Psychology is not possible if the student is a Psychology Major.
Declaring the Major
Click here to declare a major using the College of Arts and Sciences on-line application process. We will process your application, determine if all requirements are met, and assign an academic adviser.
Your Major Adviser
When you are accepted as a major, you will be assigned an academic adviser within the Psychology Department. Your adviser will help you plan your curriculum, assist you in determining if all major and college requirements are being met and offer advice on selecting the best courses available to achieve your career objectives. If you wish to change advisers, contact the department's administrative assistant.
New Requirements (Available to all students)
Old Requirements (Only available to students who first enrolled at Creighton before Fall 2014)