The psychology program at Michigan Tech has a 6:1 student-to-faculty ratio. That means you'll get personalized attention from faculty who will learn your name and your career goals.
Advising starts before day one. Your academic advisor will reach out to learn more about your interests, connect you to opportunities on campus, and begin planning your course schedule. Throughout your time on campus, your advisor connects you with opportunities like research and internships, resources for job or graduate school placement, and more.
- Psychology and Human Factors Courses
- Psychology Minor
- All Available University Minors
- Academic Calendar
- HASS, STEM, and Co-Curricular Requirements
Psychology Degree Schedules and 4-year Course Plans
- Psychology - General
- Psychology - Clinical/Counseling Concentration
- Psychology - Cognitive Concentration
- Psychology - Social Concentration
Human Factors Degree Schedules and 4-year Course Plans
- Human Factors -- General
- Human Factors -- Systems Thinking and Design Concentration
- Human Factors -- Human-Computer Interface Design Concentration
- Human Factors -- Innovation and Human Centered Design Concentration
Frequently Asked Questions
Many college students change their major during their college careers. Changing majors and transferring between departments is not unusual. You can find a list of academic advisors on the Registrar's Office website. Set-up a meeting with your new major's advisor to learn more.
Current students can request to change their major through your MyMichiganTech.
New incoming first year students who wish to change their major before arriving on campus can email Admissions, firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be able to adjust your major for you.
The most up-to-date general education requirements can be found on the Registrar’s website. You can run your uAchieve Interactive Degree Audit to check your progress and how you courses are counting towards your requirements.
If you receive an error while registering for a course, read the error message closely. You can find information about common registration stoppers on the Registrar's Office website. You can contact your academic advisor for additional help!
Make sure you talk with your advisor about your degree plan and how transfer courses could apply to your degree before you enroll in a course at another school. Be mindful of Michigan Tech's Graduation Residency Policy. Visit our Transer Services website to read related policies and agreements.
You can plan your transfer credits by using the Transfer Equivalency System. You can search by schools and subject. This lists only includes courses that other students have taken and transferred to Michigan Tech, so it will not include every course offered at the school!
If you want to transfer a course that is not listed, then you will have to get a syllabus for that course (either from that school's website or by emailing the school/instructor to request one) to have it evaluate by Michigan Tech. Send a copy of the syllabus to email@example.com to have it evaluated. This process can take a few weeks, so plan ahead!
Once you have planned the courses you wish to transfer. You can apply as a guest student at the school you plan to take the course at. You must earn a C or higher to transfer the credit to Michigan Tech. Please send your official transcript to our Transfer Services.