Students in the Psychology Program work with advisors to create a curriculum of at least 28 credits. Students must meet the requirements listed below. For all Psychology course offerings, refer to the Columbia University Directory of Courses.
One Introductory Psychology Course
One Laboratory Course in Experimental Psychology
One Introductory Course in Statistics
One Course in Each of Three Areas
One Advanced Seminar of Your Choice
Two Semesters of Supervised Research Participation
This requirement may be accomplished with one semester of Supervised Individual Research or two semesters of PSYC 3950.
Students are required to maintain an overall minimum GPA of 3.0 (B). Every course creditable toward the certificate must be taken for a letter grade. Courses with a grade of P or below a B- will not count toward the completion of the certificate.