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The College of Arts and Sciences has two types of advisors: the general academic advisors and faculty. The general academic advisors are full-time advisors who specialize in the freshman and sophomore advising.
Advisor assignments for the B.S. in Psychology and Human Services are determined in the following manner:
Choose the Program Guide that is appropriate for you, depending on your year of entry to Clayton State:
Want to take a Minor in Psychology?
Please download and complete
this form, and then bring it to either Dr. Donna McCarty (email@example.com)
or Dr. Antoinette Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
to complete the process.
Graduation applications submitted after the published deadline
will not be accepted. If you miss the published deadline, you will
need to apply for the next available term.
Please see the
Registrar's page for the updated deadlines.
Course sequencing plans provide recommendations for the order in which courses within a program should be taken. The sequencing plans take prerequisites and co-requisites into account. The course sequencing plan for the B.S. in Psychology and Human Services is provided in the Academic Catalog applicable to the date when the student declared Psychology and Human Services as his or her major. The current sequencing plan is available from the following link:
ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT Disclaimer - Please download, print, sign,
and bring to your next advisement appointment.
Advising Handbook. The University maintains an
online Advising Handbook, which provide information on advising for advisors. Each new advisor is required to read the Advising Handbook prior to being assigned advisors.
Mentoring Program. Each new faulty member is assigned a another faculty member as his or her mentor. One role of the mentor is to help prepare the new faculty member to advise students. Typically, new faculty members will be required to shadow experienced advisors to see real advising situations and questions.
Workshops. Workshops involving advising are often provided by the Office of Academic Affairs during Faculty Development days. Additionally, the College of Arts and Sciences has provided
workshops on the Core Curriculum. Also the Advising Council presents workshops on advising topics.
Webinars. The Office of Academic Affairs sponsors Webinars on advising topics which are open to faculty.
Participation in these training opportunities is reported to the department head annually and is plays a role in the annual faculty evaluation process.
Advisement Survey. An assessment survey on advising is conducted annually. Results of that assessment are provided to deans and department heads to assist them in making improvements in their advising programs.
Faculty advisement questionnaire. After each advising session, the student completes as short survey to provide feedback on the quality of advisement.