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If you need more information about the program or need assistance, please contact Ms. Claire Ingulli, Undergraduate Coordinator, email@example.com, 215-898-4712, or stop by Room B23 Solomon Lab Building during walk-in hours to talk to Dr. Thompson-Schill or Dr. Connolly, see times below:
FALL 2013 Office Hours: Room B23 Solomon Lab Building
Dr. Sharon Thompson-Schill, Director of Undergraduate Studies (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Caroline Connolly, Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies (email@example.com)
M 10am-12pm; T 12-2pm; W 1:30-3:30pm
Ms. Claire Ingulli is available M-F for general advising and to declare major/minor, Room B24, Solomon Lab Building, 3720 Walnut Street.
Courses offered through the College of Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS) can be found at http://www.sas.upenn.edu/lps/
*The Psychology Department does NOT issue permits for College of Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS) classes (e.g. PSYC 253-601).*
Per LPS Policy:
These courses are intended for LPS students. A very few seats have been reserved for non-LPS students. Interested non-LPS students should attempt to register for the course through Penn-in-Touch. If seats are currently available in the course, they will be able to claim one at that time. If no seats are available, students will be unable to register. Though you may receive a message saying you need a permit, this is only a function of the system's identifying you as a non-LPS student. The course may also appear to be open, but this is only because it is open for LPS students. Students who are unable to register at this time may also want to consider periodically attempting to register for the course through Penn-in-Touch, as it is possible that a seat could become available. On the second day of classes any unclaimed seats held for LPS students will be made available to non-LPS students. Interested students should attempt to register for the course through Penn-in-Touch at that time.
Majors are required to take a total of 13 credits. At Penn, the study of Psychology begins with Psyc 001, Introduction to Experimental Psychology.