undergraduate

Department of Psychological Sciences

Students can meet with a Department of Psychological Sciences Advisor, an Academic Advisor in the College of Arts & Sciences, or a Faculty Advisor.  Learn more about each type of advising, and which advisor might best meet your needs, by visiting our Advising webpage.  You may view advising availability and schedule an appointment with a...

Department of Psychological Sciences

Learn more about our faculty advisor request process by clicking here.  Every Kent Campus psychology major is strongly encouraged to select a faculty advisor.

There are quite a few ways to gather more information.  First, check out the material on our resource racks – located across from the elevators on the first floor of Kent Hall and the Kent Hall Addition for some general career-related information.  Second, consider scheduling an appointment with a Faculty Advisor or a Department of...

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree is primarily designed for students interested in becoming a practitioner (e.g., someone who works in an applied setting, primarily working one-on-one or in small groups with other individuals – such as a counselor, therapist, social worker, etc.) after graduating.  The Bachelor of Science (BS) degree is...

Department of Psychological Sciences

Declaring a major or minor in psychology is easy!  Students make these changes by logging into their Flashline account and visiting their “Student Tools & Courses” tab.  Click on “Change Undergraduate Program” from the GPS, Roadmaps & Advising box and follow instructions.  Click here for screen shot instructions on how to change...

Visit this webpage for more information and contact our pre-med faculty advisor, Dr. Jill Folk, jfolk@kent.edu to ask questions or request an appointment.

Visit our Internship and Volunteer Opportunities webpage and Research Experience webpage for more detailed information; both webpages include step-by-step instructions on how to obtain an experience for course credit, if interested.

Department of Psychological Sciences

All psychology students must complete the writing intensive requirement. To fulfill this requirement, most students take Writing in Psychology (PSYC 41990), which is a one-credit hour course recommended to be taken in the same semester as Research Methods in Psychology (PSYC 31574). To register for this course, e-mail Tracie...

Laboratory Experience in Psychology (PSYC 41573/41574) is a 3-credit hour course that can be used to fulfill the writing intensive requirement. Undergraduate Research/Individual Investigation (PSYC 31498/41498) is a 1-6 variable credit-hour experience working as a research assistant in a psychology faculty member’s research lab. Every credit hour...

Computer Science

The ACM's Top 10 Reasons to Major in Computing answers this question. Also, see the Computing Disciplines & Majors links for a contrast of CS, IS, and IT.