Enrollment & Course Information
Enrollment Information
 

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  • General Enrollment Guidelines
    • Phase 1:
      • Psych 1 & 101: Enrollment is open to all students, but some seats are reserved for incoming Transfer Major students. 
      • Tier 2 & 3 Classes (Upper Division): Enrollment is restricted to declared Psychology major students. 50% of the seats are released during Phase 1, and a handful of seats (up to 15%) may be added to some of impacted courses.
      • Students who are not declared in Psychology are limited to enrollment in Phase 2. 
      • No waitlist is available in all Psychology courses during Phase 1.
    • Phase 2:
      • Psych 1 & 101: Enrollment is still open to all students, and a small waitlist will be available. Any remaining reserved seats for Transfer Students will be released for enrollment to all students.
      • Tier 2 & 3 Classes (Upper Division): Enrollment is now open to all UC students on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional seats and a small waitlist will be added.
      • If there are no open seats in a class or on the waitlist, continue to check CalCentral for availability.
    • Adjustment Period:
      • At the beginning of the Adjustment Period, additional seats will be added and waitlisted students will be moved into all classes. NOTE: Any students with time conflicts, holds, or at their unit cap will remain on the WL. Failure to resolve these enrollment issues will result in being dropped during the Fourth Week of Instruction, at which point the waitlist will close.
      • Psych 1 (Online): Starting the Monday of the Second Week of Instruction, Psych 1 (Online) will be closed for further enrollment, including the waitlist.
      • Starting the Monday of the Fourth Week of Instruction, enrollment will be closed to all Psychology classes (except the previously shut down online version of Psych 1).
      • The Fourth Week of Instruction is used to process enrollment manually and resolve all remaining enrollment issues. Enrollment is based on department priorities (see below) and the availability of space in the class.
      • Enrollment is finalized by the end of the Fourth Week of Instruction.
    • Waitlists:
      • A small waitlist will be available in Phase 2 enrollment. 
      • Psychology purposefully keeps class waitlists small in an attempt to avoid dropping students once the semester starts.
      • If you are able to add yourself to a waitlist, in Phase 2 or the beginning of the Adjustment Period, you have a good chance of eventually being enrolled into the class.
      • Students with time conflict, hold on your account, unit maximum, full discussion section will remain on the waitlist.
        • You will be informed about the issue by the end of the First Week of Instruction. Failure to respond and resolving of the issue will result in being dropped from the class waitlist at the beginning of the Fourth Week of Instruction.
      • Waitlists are automatically processed several times a day throughout the enrollment period. If seats become available in your selected section, you will be moved into the class based on your waitlist position as long as you have no enrollment constraints (e.g. time conflict, registration holds, etc).
      • If students remain on the waitlist at the end of the Third Week of Instruction, the chance of enrollment is almost zero. 
      • We cannot guarantee anyone a spot in a class.

    * Some upper division Psychology classes have special enrollment requirements. These can include seminars (e.g. Psych 128, 148, 168), which will have admission instructions in the Class Notes section; Independent Study (Psych 199) & Field Study (Psych 197), with pertinent info on our website; and Psych 102, part of the Honors requirement. For enrollment questions regarding these classes that are not answered on our web resources, please contact the Student Services Office at psychsso@berkeley.edu.

  • Enrollment Strategies for Declared Psychology Majors
    • Phase 1:
      • Prioritize enrolling in upper-division (Tier 2 & 3) classes in Phase 1, as all of the seats are reserved for Psychology Majors.
      • 50% of seats will be distributed at the beginning of Phase 1. For impacted classes, a handful of seats may be added (up to 15% more).
      • If a class is full, keep checking CalCentral as some seats will potentially be added to impacted classes.
    • Phase 2:
      • Enrollment is now open to all UC students. The seats reserved for Psych majors are released and become available to all UC students on a first-come, first-served basis.
      • If you are not enrolled in Tier 2 & 3 classes yet, we strongly encourage you to do so now. Due to the campus-wide popularity of Psychology courses, it is highly likely that they will reach capacity early in Phase 2.
      • Additional seats, including a small waitlist, are added to all Tier 2 & 3 classes. 
      • If you were not able to enroll during Phase 1, you have the option to either enroll or add yourself to a waitlist during Phase 2, unless one of the following criteria restricts you:
        • There are no open and/or waitlist spots in the discussion/lab section you desire.
        • Seats are available but reserved for certain groups. Check your Schedule Planner to see if this is the case.
        • You are enrolled in a time conflicting class. Be sure to check not only the lecture hours but also your discussion/lab time. Time conflicts also apply to your scheduled exams.
        • There are other reasons preventing your enrollment, such as reaching your unit load max or have a hold on your account. Be sure to speak with your major advisor to clear any holds that prevent you from enrolling.
          • *Here is the following unit breakdown per phase: Phase 1 (13.5 units), Phase 2 (17.5 units), and adjustment period (21.5 units)
        • If a class is full and you can get on a waitlist, we recommend you do so since this will increase your chances of getting into a class. When space permits, you will be enrolled through the automatic waitlist process, which happens several times a day until the 3rd week of classes.
          • *Please be aware if you are on a waitlist, you cannot switch sections through CalCentral to another open section. So make your first choice, your best choice as you will not have the option to move around.
    • Adjustment Period:
      • At the beginning of the Adjustment Period, additional seats will be added and waitlisted students will be moved into all classes. The waitlist will now be closed.
      • Any students with time conflicts, holds, or at their unit cap will remain on the WL.
        • Failure to resolve these enrollment issues that are keeping you on the waitlist will result in being dropped during the Fourth Week of Instruction.
      • Enrollment continues to be open until the end of the Third Week of Instruction.
      • If you are still trying to enroll in upper division classes during the Adjustment Period, we encourage you to keep checking CalCentral through the Third Week of Instruction for space in classes as students often drop as the semester starts.
        • *If you are not enrolled by the Third Week of Instruction, we strongly encourage you to consider a backup course.
      • The department closes classes down to new enrollment at the beginning of the Fourth Week of Instruction and begins the process of manually clearing the waitlists and resolving all remaining enrollment issues. All new enrollment is now closed for the semester.
      • We cannot make guarantees to students that space will become available. 
  • Enrollment Strategies for Students Who Are Not Declared in Psychology

    Non-major and undeclared Psych major students are able to enroll in Psychology upper division classes beginning in Phase 2, as long as there are available seats and none of the below restrictions apply. Since Psychology is a high demand major and our classes are very popular, it is likely that many classes and waitlists will fill up during Phase 1 or early in Phase 2. This means that you should prioritize Psych classes early in Phase 2. We do not release permission codes or make exceptions to our enrollment policies.

    • Phase 1:
      • Psych 1 & 101: Enrollment is open to all students, but some seats are reserved for incoming Transfer Major students.
      • All seats in upper-division Psychology classes are reserved for declared Psychology majors in Phase 1. There is no waitlist available.
    • Phase 2:
      • Enrollment in upper division classes is now open to all UC students. Any remaining reserved seats for Psych majors will be released and become available to all UC students.
      • Additional seats, including a small waitlist, are added to all Psych classes. These seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis and depend on space availability and according to particular enrollment restrictions.
      • Enrollment in Psych 1 & 101 is still open to all students. Any remaining reserved seats for Transfer Students will be released.
      • Enrollment in any Psych class is dependent on available seats and according to particular enrollment restrictions:
        • There are no open and/or waitlist spots in the discussion/lab section you desire
        • Seats are available but reserved for certain groups. Check your Schedule Planner to see if this is the case.
        • You are enrolled in a time conflicting class. Be sure to check not only the lecture hours but also your discussion/lab time. Time conflicts also apply to your scheduled exams.
        • You have other conflicts, such as reaching your unit load max or have a hold on your account. Be sure to speak with your adviser to clear any holds that prevent you from enrolling.
      • If a class is full and you can get on a waitlist, we recommend you do so since this will increase your chances of getting into a class. When space permits, you will be enrolled through the automatic waitlist process, which happens several times a day.
        • *Please be aware if you are on a waitlist, you cannot switch sections through CalCentral to another open section. So make your first choice, your best choice as you will not have the option to move around.
    • Adjustment Period:
      • At the beginning of the Adjustment Period, additional seats will be added and waitlisted students will be moved into all classes. 
      • Any students with time conflicts, holds, or at their unit cap will remain on the WL.
        • Failure to resolve these enrollment issues keeping you on the waitlist will result in being dropped during the Fourth Week of Instruction.
      • Enrollment continues to be open until the end of the Third Week of Instruction.
      • If you are still trying to enroll in upper division classes during the Adjustment Period, we encourage you to keep checking CalCentral through the Third Week of Instruction for space in classes as students often drop as the semester starts.
        • *If you are not enrolled by the Third Week of Instruction, we strongly encourage you to consider a backup course.
      • The department closes classes down to new enrollment at the beginning of the Fourth Week of Instruction, except for Psych 1 (Online), and begins the process of manually clearing the waitlists and resolving all remaining enrollment issues. All new enrollment is now closed for the semester.
      • We cannot make guarantees to students that space will become available.
  • Manual Wait List Enrollment Priorities
    • Major status: Enrollment is prioritized for declared Psychology majors, with students on the degree list having top priority.
    • Class standing: Among non-majors, enrollment is prioritized by class standing in descending order.
    • Waitlist Position: Enrollment is processed in the order of students' positions on the wait list.
    • Regardless of a student’s priority above, to be enrolled a student must be wait-listed for a section that also has available seats and without any course conflict.

    **Students on a waitlist cannot switch sections on their own via CalCentral. When adding to a waitlist, make your first choice your best choice. 

  • Time Conflict Override Policy
    • By design, the CalCentral enrollment system will not allow students to enroll in courses that create a time conflict with another course in which they are enrolled or waitlisted. This includes potential conflicts in lectures, discussion sections, and exams.
    • The department may provide students with a one-time override, per semester, for one of the following situations only:
      • DeCal Facilitation (if more than 1 Facilitator is available)
      • Courses not lasting 15 weeks such as Freshman/Soph Seminars
      • The non-Psychology class is asynchronous
    • *Other than cases listed above, the Psychology department does not override time conflicts.
    • Here are some recommendations to resolve your time conflict:
      • You can drop the course that is in conflict.
      • If you are enrolled and the time conflict is with a discussion section, you can switch your discussion section via CalCentral.
      • If the time conflict is with an asynchronous class in another department:
        • If the conflict is preventing you from being enrolled in a Psychology class, provide proof that the conflicting class is asynchronous.
          • Proof consists of confirmation / approval of the asynchronous nature of the class from the instructor of the non-Psych class or the current syllabus in an email.
        • If the conflict is preventing you from being enrolled in another department’s class, you need to contact that department for an enrollment override. Psych does not enroll students into non-Psych classes.
    • If your conflict remains unresolved by the beginning of the Fourth Week of Instruction, you will be dropped from the class. 
  • Discussion Section Switch Policy
    • The Psychology Student Services Office will not entertain any discussion section switch requests from students without extenuating circumstances as the CalCentral system allows enrolled students to switch discussion sections on their own.
    • Psych is a high demand major and popular across campus. Classes will likely fill early in Phase 2 and remain impacted throughout the Adjustment Period. It is highly encouraged to make any section switches as soon as possible.
    • If the desired discussion section is completely full, you will not be able to switch. Keep checking CalCentral for openings as students will continue to drop throughout the enrollment period and the beginning of the semester.
    • Students on a waitlist at the beginning of the Adjustment Period will be moved into classes and the waitlists will be removed. You will no longer be able to switch into a waitlist seat.
    • All enrollment in Psych classes stops at the beginning of the Fourth Week of Instruction. No enrollment or section switching can occur after this point.
    • Switching Sections through CalCentral if already enrolled in a class:
      • If it is Phase 1 or the Adjustment Period, where there is no waitlist, you will only be able to switch into an open seat in a different section.
      • If it is Phase 2 and there is a waitlist, you can switch into an open seat in another discussion or move to the waitlist of that section.
    • In cases where a student is on the waitlist, the student must first drop from the waitlist in order to switch their section by enrolling in a new section with an open seat.
    • Switching Sections in a full class during the Adjustment Period
      • Students that are unable to switch discussion sections on their own through CalCentral because the desired section is full can reach out to the instructor and/or GSI to request being switched.
      • In this case, the student will need to be paired with another student.
      • These switches will take place during the Fourth Week of Instruction.
      • *Students unable to switch on their own through CalCentral or find a fellow student to pair with will not be able to change their discussion section. If this poses a conflict for the student, they will need to drop the class.
    • Only students with the following circumstances may seek Advisor assistance in obtaining permission to switch discussion sections:
      • Student parents must provide documentation showing a schedule conflict between the discussion section and child-care.
      • Students with a reduced course load due to employment must provide their work schedule signed by employer showing a schedule conflict with the discussion section.
      • Students who have a medical condition that requires regular treatment that can be verified by their medical provider.
  • Study Abroad Students/Exchange Students (not concurrent enrollment)

    Exchange students are encouraged to enroll or add themselves to the waitlist during their enrollment appointment. However, we can provide enrollment assistance for up to TWO courses if they meet the following criteria:

    1. They can prove they are declared Psychology major (or related major) at their home university.
    2. They need these courses as part of their major for their home university (i.e. it is a required course for the major).
    3. The course is not full by the 4th week of Instruction.
    4. They are not already enrolled in any Psychology courses by the 3rd week of Instruction.

    Exchange students that have completed their major requirements (i.e. all courses they take abroad are electives) or who are not declared Psychology major at their home university must follow the same enrollment & wait list procedures as any other UC Berkeley undergraduate.

  • Enrollment FAQ

    - I submitted the online application to declare Psychology this semester. Am I declared? Do I have priority enrollment? How should I proceed?
    The Psychology major applications submitted this semester are not processed until you meet with an advisor.  So until you do so, you are still technically undeclared. Your best option, if available, is to complete the major declaration process as soon as possible. Also be aware that if you have declared and been accepted to Psychology as your second major, there is a separate process and additional paperwork that must be completed in order for you to be officially declared. Until this process is complete you will not have priority enrollment in upper division Psychology classes.

    Unfortunately, there is no way for us to track and prioritize intended majors in the CalCentral system. There are ways that undeclared students can strategically enroll in upper division Psychology courses and we strongly recommend you do so. You can review those tips in the section above. 

    - CalCentral says there's space, so why can't I get into the class?

    • If you see that there is space available in the class and you are still not able to enroll in the class, one of the following may apply:
      • No seats are available in the discussion section you are waitlisted for. Keep in mind that you must be enrolled into the discussion section in order to be enrolled into the lecture.
      • The available seats are reserved for specific groups that you do not meet the criteria for. Check your Schedule Planner to see if this is the case.
      • You are enrolled in courses that conflict with the lecture or discussion for the class. Be sure to check not only the lecture hours but also your discussion time. Be aware that time conflicts can also occur between exam schedules, so check that as well.
      • If none of these barriers to enrollment are preventing you from enrolling but you are still having issues, it is possible that there is an error in the system. Please send an email to psychscheduling@berkeley.edu to verify.

    - What happens if I try to enroll in a class, but I haven't yet completed the prerequisites?
    CalCentral does not check for or enforce prerequisites. Unless announced otherwise, students who have not fulfilled a prerequisite will be allowed to enroll in and will not be dropped from upper division Psychology courses. However, students are expected to have the necessary background to take classes with prerequisites. You will be held to the same standards for performance in the class regardless of whether you completed the prerequisite coursework.

    If you try to enroll and receive an error message that “Available seats are reserved and you do not meet the reserve capacity requirements” then the currently available seats are reserved for a specific group of students such as declared Psychology majors or incoming transfer students. This error message does not refer to any problem with your prerequisite coursework completion.

    - How do the waitlists work?

    • Waitlists are processed automatically several times a day until the end of the 3rd week of classes. The system will enroll students based on their position as long as there is also space in the lecture AND discussion, if section applies.
    • Students waitlisted for a full discussion section or who have a schedule conflict will be passed over.
    • Also be aware that if a student is enrolled in a class and then switches to a different discussion section that is full, the student will be put at the top of the waitlist since they were previously enrolled, but are no longer able to be enrolled.

    - Does the discussion section I choose have an impact on whether or not I'll get in the class?

    • In a word, yes. Some discussion sections fill faster than others. Being flexible and prioritizing discussion sections with open seats will affect your ability to get enrolled.
    • You will not be able to enroll in a class if there are no seats available in the particular discussion section you choose. You may be able to add to the waitlist, but you will remain on the waitlist until a space becomes available for you in that particular discussion section.
    • Keep in mind that you must be enrolled into the discussion section in order to be enrolled into the lecture.

    Can I take a graduate level class as an undergraduate student?
    CalCentral will not allow undergraduate students to enroll in graduate level classes because they are intended for students who have already completed their undergraduate degree and are admitted to the PhD program. In exceptional circumstances, some graduate-level classes may be suitable for some undergraduate students. As a general guideline, only advanced Psychology major students will be prepared to take any of the graduate level classes in our department.  If you see a class that you think may be suitable for your particular background, you will first need to get permission from the instructor to see if you may be approved to join the class.  If you are, you will need to contact our office to assist you with enrollment.

    - How can I maximize my chance of getting into a class if I'm currently on the waitlist?

    • If you are on a waitlist, stay on the waitlist! Dropping the class and trying to add it again later will drop you to the bottom of the waitlist. And if the waitlist for either the lecture or discussion you choose later is full, you will not even be able to add to the waitlist.
    • Waitlist seats will be moved into classes during the Adjustment Period, as long as students don’t have something that would prevent them from being enrolled (i.e. a hold on student account, at the unit cap, or a time conflict with another class).
    • Do be aware that if you are on the waitlist for a course, you will not be able to change your discussion section using Switch Related Sections. Instead you will need to drop the class and re-add it, which will cause you to lose your previous waitlist position. You will be added to the bottom of the waitlist.
    • Also, be aware that the "Swap Courses" feature cannot be used to switch discussion/lab sections. "Swap Courses" is only used to switch between courses/lectures.
    • We do not release permission codes to override the waitlist for students who were previously enrolled and who chose to switch to a different discussion or class.

    - What should I do if I can't even get on the waitlist for a class I really want?

    • Psychology purposefully keeps the waitlists small to ensure that those students on the waitlist have a good chance of eventually being enrolled. This is intentional as we don’t want students lingering on a waitlist with little to no hope of being enrolled.
    • Since Psychology is a high demand major that is popular across campus, it means classes, including waitlists, will fill quickly, usually in Phase 1 or early in Phase 2.
    • If the waitlist for the class you want to enroll in is full, your only option is to closely monitor CalCentral for spaces that become available as students drop. The waitlist is automatically processed multiple times a day.
    • Psychology moves all waitlisted students into classes at the beginning of the Adjustment Period and removes the waitlists.
    • If you are unable to enroll by the Adjustment Period, your chances of making it into the class are minimal. We would suggest focusing on other classes to fill your schedule.

    - Even though I see some seats available, I get a message that I need departmental consent to enroll. What should I do?

    • Once we close classes, even if you see a space available you will not be able to add the class.
    • The “Department Consent” message almost always means one of two things:
      • The most likely situation is that we have locked down enrollment for the semester to allow the department Scheduler to manually process all outstanding enrollment issues. If you are not yet enrolled, then you will not be able to add the class and we encourage you to consider a different class.
      • The second situation is due to some class-level enrollment restrictions that require departmental approval to enroll. An example of this is our Psych 102 Honors class. Another possibility is a seminar with limited seats that requires an application or other approval to enroll.

    - Why aren’t there any waitlists for Psych classes during Phase 1?

    • Psychology is a high demand major. Also, Psychology remains a highly popular field of study for non-majors. Taken together, this means that there are not enough seats to accommodate everyone interested in taking Psych classes. Because of this, we must prioritize our declared major students, which means that most of our seats in our upper-division classes are reserved for Psych majors in Phase 1 with no waitlist. Additional seats will be made available during Phase 2 and will be opened to all UC students on a first-come, first-serve basis. A small waitlist will be added at that time.

    - What should I do if I can't get into any of the classes I want? Can I get a permission code to at least be enrolled into a couple?
    We do not release permission codes to override the wait list. You may consider taking a class that does not meet a specific Psychology major requirement such as one of the following:

    1. Take a DeCal class. Peruse the available DeCal courses for the semester at decal.berkeley.edu.
    2. Take advantage of research opportunities and receive Psych 199 credit. Positions are posted on the Psychology Weekly Opportunities page and on the bulletin board in front of the Student Services Office on the second floor of Berkeley Way West.
    3. Explore courses from other disciplines. See the listing of suggested classes online here: http://registrar.berkeley.edu/registration/suggested-classes.
  • Questions?  

    If you have enrollment questions that are not addressed here, send an email to psychscheduling@berkeley.edu and we'll respond as soon as we can.  At peak enrollment periods such as the beginning of Phase 1 and Phase 2 or during the first couple weeks of a semester, we receive a high volume of inquiries so response times are delayed.  Please allow 2-3 business days for us to respond to your question. 

Course Information
 

Undergraduate Psychology Courses
To see a listing of all Psychology courses including course descriptions, visit the Course Catalog in the Academic Guide.   To know which classes will be offered in a particular semester, visit the Class Schedule and search for the term  you are interested in.

 

Open & Suggested Classes
Looking for open classes for the current semester?  We encourage you to explore classes in other departments to complement your Psychology major.  Visit the Open & Suggested Classes webpage to see the latest open, high-interest classes recommended by all departments.

 

Courses Accepted from Outside the Psychology Department
If approved, you may take a maximum of two upper division courses outside the Psychology department to be accepted towards your major requirements. This includes courses transferred to UC Berkeley from another 4-year institution, courses taken abroad, courses from UC Extension, and courses offered at UC Berkeley through other departments (Business, Economics, Legal Studies, etc.).

 

Below is a list of courses from other departments at UC Berkeley that will be accepted as upper division requirements for the major. Unless otherwise indicated, each class will be accepted as a Tier III elective course. If you would like to take a particular course in another department at UC Berkeley that is not on the list below, you may submit a Syllabus Review Request along with the syllabus. The Curriculum Committee will review the syllabus and determine equivalency. Be aware that the review process generally takes 1-2 months, so you may need to plan ahead.

 

* If a course is cross-listed with a course in the Psychology department it will be counted as a Psychology class and will not count towards your two courses maximum from outside the Psychology department. Note that cross-listed courses all have a "C" prefix and to count as "in the department" it must be cross-listed with a PSYCH course. 

  • Tier II
    • Cognitive Science C100*: Basic Issues in Cognition (Cross-listed with PSYCH C120)
    • Cognitive Science C126*: Perception (Cross-listed with PSYCH C126)
    • Cognitive Science C127*: Cognitive Neuroscience (Cross-listed with PSYCH C127)
    • Integrative Biology C147*: Neuroethology: Complex Animal Behaviors and Brains (Cross-listed with PSYCH C115C)
    • Linguistics C146*: Language Acquisition (Cross-listed with PSYCH C143)
    • Sociology 150/150A/150B: Social Psychology (Tier II - Social/Personality).  Although this course has the same title as PSYCH 160, the two are not cross-listed.  This is a distinct course in the Sociology department. 

     

  • Tier III
    • Anthropology 106: Primate Behavior
    • Anthropology 149: Psychological Anthropology
    • Cognitive Science C102: Scientific Approaches to Consciousness
    • Cognitive Science 115: Neuropsychology of Happiness
    • Cognitive Science C124: Psycholinguistics
    • Cognitive Science C131*: Computational Models of Cognition (Cross-listed with PSYCH C123)
    • Computer Science 188: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
    • Economics 119: Psychology and Economics
    • Environmental Science, Policy, and Management (ESPM) C126 - Animal Behavior (Cross-listed with IB C144)
    • Integrative Biology 139 - Neurobiology of Stress
    • Integrative Biology C143A*: Biological Clocks (Cross-listed with PSYCH C113)
    • Integrative Biology C143B*: Hormones and Behavior (Cross-listed with PSYCH C116)
    • Integrative Biology (IB) C144 - Animal Behavior (Cross-listed with ESPM C126)
    • Legal Studies 180: Implicit Bias
    • Legal Studies 181: Psychology and the Law
    • Legal Studies 183: Psychology of Diversity and Discrimination in America
    • Letterse & Science C160V:*  Human Happiness
    • Molecular Cell Biology 160: Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology
    • Molecular Cell Biology 165: Neurobiology of Disease
    • Political Science 164A: Political Psychology and Involvement
    • Public Health 129: The Aging Human Brain
    • Public Policy C189: Social Science and Crime Prevention Policy (Cross-listed with Social Welfare C181)
    • Social Welfare C181: Social Science and Crime Prevention Policy (Cross-listed with PubPol C189)
    • Undergraduate Business Administration 160: Consumer Behavior
    • Undergraduate Business Administration 105: Leading People and Managing Organizations
      •  Effective Spring 2021, UGBA 105 - Leading People and Managing Organizations will no longer count as equivalent to Psych N180 ( a Tier II course). It will be counted as a Tier III elective for Spring 2021 enrollment and forward.