College Junior 2013-07-17T23:33:10Z
I have always wanted to be a Psychology Major from before I began applying for college. If I could do it over again I definitely would. I plan to eventually go to Med-School and become a Neo-Natal surgeon. My only concern is that I will be in school for a very long time, but I know I will love every step of the way.
College Junior 2013-07-17T23:27:03Z
At Wheaton College the psychology major is the most highly sought out one. Its very nice to see others who share my interest and with whom I can connect with.
College Junior 2013-07-17T23:23:17Z
As a Psychology Major, I am currently partaking in a non-profit internship that helps combat veterans who have returned from Iraq or Afghanistan with holistic medicine. I am always interacting with people and learning many vital skills of a non-profit organization. Although this is an unpaid internship, being able to help others if truly a benefit.
College Junior 2013-07-17T23:17:15Z
I am a Psychology Major and the process of getting into my program was relatively easy. There was not a special application process when applying to the school. Once I was enrolled into Wheaton College, I just to certain courses I was interested in and then declared during my second year. To declare, you just had to write your intended courses to take for the next two years and and have your adviser sign it.
College Senior 2013-07-10T23:42:01Z
There's not really a "process" per se at Wheaton. The exception would be if you're a Studio Art major, then you have to submit a portfolio. Other than that, there's either no requirements or sometimes you have to get a C average or above in some of the intro level courses, something small like that. Basically you just submit a really short form to the department chair, no big deal.
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