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Advising Tips

Advising

Registration Hiatus August 2nd-26th,  201 3  
All departments and the Arts & Science Faculty Office will take a well-deserved summer break for 3 weeks and will be UNAVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION INQUIRIES.

 

UG Chair Dr. Jill Atkinson: jill.atkinson@queensu.ca or 613-533-6018
UG Office Ms. Allison Horwood: ug.psyc@queensu.ca or 613-533-2493

Plan Ahead
Always plan one year ahead! Think ahead to which courses you'd like to take in 2013-14 and take the prerequisites in 2012-13. For example, if you plan on taking PSYC 370/3.0 in your third year, you will need to complete PSYC 271/3.0 in your second year.
Have a strategy! It's hard to predict! It is difficult to know which courses will be in high demand from year to year. Try to take enough 200-level courses so that you can select a variety of 300-level and above PSYC courses without worrying about the prerequisites.
PSYC 202/3.0 and PSYC 203/3.0 You must be registered in an Honours PSYC or COGS program to take 202/3.0 and/or PSYC 203/3.0. Normally, courses from other universities may not be substituted for 202/3.0 and PSYC 203/3.0. As these courses are not offered in the Summer Session, be sure to enroll in them during the Fall-Winter.
Monitor Your Progress
Degree Audits: It is important to know which courses you have yet to complete in order to fulfill your degree requirements. Use an audit form for your program which can be found on the PSYC UG website. Consult an adviser if you have questions.
Seminar Courses YES! It’s true, any course with an “S” in the contact hours will count as a seminar course, e.g. S, L/S, 2S/P, L/S;P, etc.
400-level Courses Go ahead! Third-year students may register in 400-level courses if they have taken the prerequisite and there is space available.

 

 

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