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Beginning August 3rd, the Psychology Department will be open from 10AM to 3PM. Masks will be required by all visitors

The University of Texas at ArlingtonThe University of Texas at Arlington

Psychology

Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Students - Department of Psychology

Overview of Undergraduate Studies

The Department of Psychology offers two programs of study leading to a bachelor's degree. Neither holds any particular advantage over the other for post-graduate study or employment.

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology is for those who wish to obtain a broad liberal arts education with a concentration in Psychology.

The Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology is intended for those students preparing for work and study in fields requiring more mathematics and sciences. It is also suitable for pre-medical and pre-dental students.

Students preparing for study in the health professions including medicine, dentistry, pharmacology, optometry, occupational therapy, and veterinary medicine should also be advised by the Health Professions Advisor in Room 107, Life Science Building, in order to meet the requirements of the corresponding professional schools.

The Department of Psychology at UTA does not offer a clinical or counseling psychology program.

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE

 Due to the COVID-19 situation, we will continue to provide advising services virtually via email and MS Teams. We are still here to address your advising needs, please continue to book your advising appointment by the last name. Thank you for your understanding during this time.

 

Advising is done by the last name.
marta

Marta Galvan        

A-L Advising

Life Science Bldg.Room LS321  

mgalvan@uta.edu

Ph (817) 272-5129

 

megan

Megan Juel           

M-Z Advising

Life Science Bldg. Room LS320  

mjuel@uta.edu

Ph (817) 272-0858