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Minor in Psychology

The psychology department offers two different psychology minors. The general "Psychology Minor" is recommended for students who wish to select courses related to their major and career objectives and/or for personal interest and development. The "Psychology - Secondary Education Minor" is recommended for students who seek a license as a secondary school (grades 7-12) teacher.

Psychology Minor

Required Courses - (9 credits)

  • Psychology 101 or 104 or 110 (General Psychology)
  • Psychology 203 (Elementary Psychological Statistics)
  • Psychology 275 (Research Methods)
  • Perspectives Courses - (6 credits)

    Two of the Following Courses:

  • Psychology 303 or 302 (Psychology of Abnormal Behavior)
  • Psychology 305 (Social Psychology)
  • Psychology 380 (Cognitive Psychology)
  • Psychology 383 (Biological Psychology)
  • Psychology 391 (Developmental Psychology)
  • Electives

  • Additional courses in the psychology curriculum to earn a minimum of 21 credits.
  • Psychology - Secondary Education Minor

    *Minor will be discontinued in Fall 2018

    Required Courses

  • Psychology 101 or 104 or 110 (General Psychology)
  • Psychology 203 (Elementary Psychological Statistics)
  • Psychology 220 (Health Psychology)
  • Psychology 275 (Research Methods)
  • Psychology 303 (Psychology of Abnormal Behavior)
  • Psychology 383 (Biological Biological)
  • Electives

  • Additional courses in the psychology curriculum to earn a minimum of 21 credits.
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