Psychology Minor

Delve into human behavior and learn to think critically and creatively while developing strong problem-solving skills.

Study developmental psychology, cognitive and behavioral therapies, social psychology, personality, and abnormal psychology.

Minor in Psychology (18 hours)

One of the following:

  • PSYC 156 Introduction to Psychology: Culture and Systems 3 hours
  • PSYC 157 Introduction to Psychology: Science for the Citizen 3 hours

Level Two (One of the following):

  • PSYC 201 Child Development (includes Lab) 4 hours
  • PSYC 223 Psychology of Personality 3 hours
  • PSYC 234/ Neuropsychology 3 hours
  • PSYC 234L Neuropsychology Lab (optional) 1 hours
  • PSYC 237/ Cultural Psychology 3 hours
  • ICS/JUST 310 Diversity Dialogues (optional) 1 hour

Level Three (One of the following):

  • BIO 235 Foundations of Neuroscience 4 hours
  • PSYC 326 Abnormal Psychology 3 hours
  • PSYC 337 Social Psychology 3 hours
  • PSYC 364/ Cognitive Psychology 3 hours
  • PSYC 364L Cognitive Psychology Lab (optional) 1 hour

Level Four (One of the following):

  • PSYC 401 Psychology of Adult Development and Aging 3 hours
  • PSYC 402 Psychology of Women 3 hours
  • PSYC 437 Psychology of Violence 3 hours
  • PSYC 438 Stereotyping and Prejudice 3 hours
  • PSYC 442 Historical Roots of Modern Psychology 3 hours
  • PSYC 449 Sensation and Perception 3 hours
  • PSYC 455 Psychology and Poverty 3 hours
  • PSYC 462 Psychological Assessment 3 hours
  • PSYC 481 Clinical Psychology 3 hours
  • Three credit hours of applied work 3 hours
  • PSYC 485 Independent Research in Psychology 1–3 hours
  • PSYC 497 Independent Study in Psychology 1–3 hours
  • PSYC 499 Internship in Psychology 1–3 hours

Two additional courses (6 credits) from any of the above