Department of Psychology at Illinois State University


Out-of-Class Experiences

In contrast to many colleges and universities, faculty at Illinois State maintain a strong commitment to undergraduate instruction and mentoring. Every semester approximately 100 undergraduate students work with department faculty in their classrooms or research labs, or complete independent study. Opportunities are also available for more advanced students to complete an internship in an applied setting. Students report that these out-of-class opportunities are among the most valuable aspects of their educational experience.

Click on the linkbelow for a description of the out-of-class experience and registration procedures.

Psychology majors may not earn academic credit for more than 17* hours of any combination of the following courses: PSY 287, 290, 291, 299, 390, 391, 398, and IDS 395.03.

* As of spring 2013, students are able to earn a maximum of 17 hours of out-of-class credit. This approved change will not appear in the 2014-16 Undergraduate Catalog.