Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Psychology Honors Track in the Honors Program at Roosevelt

The Psychology Department is happy to announce the launch of a specialized track within Roosevelt University's Honors Program.  Be part of a select program offered at our Chicago Campus.  Take on unique challenges and use your knowledge to turn them into opportunities for achievement. 

Get ready for rigorous instruction with leading professors; graduate school preparation; and an exciting curriculum that incorporates a series of honors psychology classes, creative writing, critical thinking, advanced thesis writing, and closely guided research. 

Connect with other students by collaborating in small, discussion-based classes.  Participate in paid research projects at local organizations.  Assume internships at hospitals, nonprofits, and social service agencies.  Participate in psychology clubs on campus and the Honors Program Student Organization to become involved with academic and social activity programming. Receive honors recognition on your academic transcript and election into the national psychology honors society.  

The Psychology Honors Track features three dedicated electives offered by the Psychology Department, the chance to participate in a faculty member's research lab, and the opportunity to complete your own thesis.  Present your scholarly work at a local conference or on campus.  Become a teaching assistant to help with the instruction of an introductory-level psychology class.  You can complete an internship through our department to make a difference in the community helping others.  This program offers new students and current Roosevelt students who qualify great opportunities. 

Learn more about the Honors Program, the Psychology Honors Track, and how to apply here.

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