Psychology Department: Information and Advising. Where do you find information? What do you ask your advisor?. The Psychology Homepage. Begin your search for information with the psychology homepage: http://www.d.umn.edu/psychology/
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Where do you find information?
What do you ask your advisor?
Visit Student Affairs Office- Bohannon 113: Pat Sundin
The Student Affairs link on the CEHSP homepage provides access to Program Worksheets, Advising, Licensure, Program Clearance, and Forms.
For UMD courses corresponding to transfer courses go to: http://www.d.umn.edu/registrar/transfer_Sem/index.htm
UMD Career Services: Career Events at UMD provides information on events such as “Graduate School and Professional Day” an event popular among psychology students.
Get to know your advisor. After talking with your advisor, if you find your educational goals or schedules are incompatible, you can change advisors. The mentoring your advisor can provide is important. Make it a valuable relationship for both of you.
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