Class is closed (full): What do I do?
The psychology department will NOT be granting overrides into full courses. You are encouraged to monitor the course in case a seat becomes available (e.g., someone drops the course).
Fall 2022 reserved classes
*Before building your schedule please review the below list of reserved classes because you might be unable to register for a course on this list.
*If you do not meet the qualification for a reserved course, you cannot register for that course (e.g. you are a sophomore trying to enroll in a class for freshman only).
*Reserved courses with remaining seats will be opened to all students who meet the prerequisites on Thursday, August 18th.
*For example, if a section of PSY 306 that was reserved for online only students still has 5 seats open on August 13, the department will allow any students (both traditional and online only) to take those 5 seats.
*Please DO NOT contact your advisor, MCHHS Advisement Center, or the Department to request permission to enroll in a reserved course. The Psychology Department is NOT granting overrides into reserved courses, so your request will be denied.
Classes reserved for psychology majors
You must be a declared psychology major to be eligible to register for the following courses:
Classes reserved for online-only psychology majors
You must be a declared, online-only psychology major to be eligible to register for the following courses:
- PSY 200-899 (Psychology Stat Methods)
- PSY 302-D (lecture), 896 (lab), 897 (lab), 898 (lab), 899 (lab) (Experimental Psychology)
- PSY 304-898 (Abnormal Psychology)
- PSY 306-898 (Learning Processes)
- PSY 307-896 (Human Sexuality)
- PSY 411-899 (Psychology of Diversity with Service Learning)
- PSY 525-899 (Motivation and Emotions)
Classes reserved for Education Majors
- PSY 360-899 (Educational Psychology)