To complete a worksheet:
1. Get a current copy of your degree audit.
2. Draft a planning schedule, devoting one box containing the following items for every semester you plan to take classes prior to graduation (even summer courses you may or may not take at Baylor).
3. Take classes from your degree audit and arrange them so they are relatively balanced each semester until graduation. Balance courses based on the following categories:
Heavy Time Courses:
4 Foreign Lang, 2 Lab Science, 2 English Lit, PSY/NSC 1306/1106, PSY 2402, PSY 2403, and Group B course with lab
Other course with lab
General Education Courses that remain to be completed.
Additional 17 hours of 3-4000 level credit are required beyond the major's courses in psychology.
4. Consider when courses are typically offered as you complete your plan. Information about when psychology courses are offered is available in the majors packet in Sid Rich Room 335. This is particularly important for Group C courses. (It is recommended that you take the Group C course of interest to you the first time you see it being offered. Group C courses are offered every semester, but there is no guarantee about which ones will be offered during any given semester.)
5. Make sure you schedule your Math, PSY 2402, and PSY 2403 courses early so you are eligible to take the majority of your psychology courses during your remaining semesters.
6. Make adjustments to your schedule based on which courses you personally might find more or less difficult and based on other personal considerations, such as a job.
7. If you need to change one course in your plan, simply switch it out with another course from your plan.