For Current Students

Students Pursuing a Degree in Psychology are supported by the Office of Undergraduate Studies in Psychology located in the Reuben-Cooke Building, Room 235. Natalia Silva Harwood is the coordinator for the psychology program and can be reached at psychologyDUS@duke.edu or (919) 660-5719 or Schedule an appointment here. The office is open during regular business hours, M-F 9:00am to 5:00pm (accessible remotely to allow for social distancing during COVID-19 pandemic). Current and prospective psychology degree-seeking students are encouraged to reach out to our office for any questions related to the program.

Resources for Majors and Minors

Advising

Like many undergraduate programs at Duke, our psychology programs offer transactional advising and faculty mentoring.

Undergraduate Research

We offer opportunities for you to engage in research through research projects, practicum, independent study, summer fellowship, and Graduation with Distinction.

Graduation with Distinction

The Graduation with Distinction Program (GwD) is intended for students who demonstrate academic excellence through the successful completion of a significant research project during their undergraduate career.

Global Education

They are various study abroad opportunities for students in our programs.

Independent Study

Our Independent Study courses let you work individually with faculty members on projects that can be either research-oriented or project-oriented.

Research Participation Requirements for Psychology Courses
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