It may be easier than you think to complete a double major in the College of Social and Behavioral Science. You might choose a double major out of interest in an allied field, or you may find that you still have hours to complete to reach the 122 hour graduation requirement after completing all of the University General Education and Health, Society and Policy major requirements. When you double-major classes can be counted toward both majors. For example, if you take PSY 3000 and 3010 to fill the Research Methods and Statistics area of the Health, Society and Policy major, you can also apply those classes to the Psychology major or minor. A double major is worth looking in to if you wind up with an abundance of elective credit to complete.
Contact the program advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information about the double major option.