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Students with 0-89 earned credit hours:
Contact the Center for Advisement and Student Excellence (CASE) to schedule an appointment with your advisor. Visit the CASE website or call (423) 439-5602.
Click to schedule an advising appointment if you have earned fewer than 90 credits
Students with 90 or more earned credit hours:
Click the link below to make an advising appointment with Dr. Eric Sellers
Click to schedule an advising appointment if you have earned 90 credits or more
Transfer students majoring in Psychology, should contact the Center for Advisement and Student Excellence at 423-439-5602 as soon as possible to schedule a pre-advisement appointment. This will ensure that the student’s previous work will be coordinated efficiently with ETSU requirements.
Preparing for an Advising Appointment
Advisors are trained to help students navigate ETSU and Departmental requirements,
but each student should take responsibility for preparing to meet with an Advisor.
Students should keep up with their progress and make sure they take only the classes
they need unless they choose to take extra classes. More Psychology courses than are
actually required for a degree can be taken, and if a student has the time, money,
and interest, we would encourage them to take all the Psychology courses they can.
Students should also take responsibility for knowing requirements which are printed
in their ETSU Undergraduate Catalog, such as what intensive courses you will need. For advisement on Minors, students
should contact the Minor Department in question for official information.
Decide whether you will pursue a BA or a BS degree:
- The BA requires passing the 2020 course in a foreign language and taking a world history course. You need two lab sciences, but they don't have to be sequential (or even in the same field).
- The BS requires two sequential lab sciences and a reasoning course (either PHIL 2030 or SPCH 2320).
Download the appropriate major check sheet (BS or BA for your intended concentration – Behavioral Neuroscience, Child, Clinical, Cognitive, or General). Check the year to make sure you use the right one. The most recent is for students who entered ETSU fall 2013 or more recently. If you came before that, make sure you use the correct one. Look up your courses on Goldlink and check off the ones you have already had. Check sheets can be found here
- Go to Goldlink and go to DegreeWorks to see what classes you have had and what DegreeWorks thinks you still need (or go to your transcript and check off the courses on your check sheet).
- Check your registration status on Goldlink to see when your assigned registration time is.
- Email your advisor to set up an appointment at least a week or two before you are scheduled to register for classes.
- Take your pre-advising check sheet and your concentration check sheet with you to your advising appointment or email it to your advisor prior to your appointment time.