Psychology Minor

Program Requirements

To fulfill the requirements of the minor, students will be required to take 21 hours in psychology to be distributed in the following manner:

Required Courses (3 credit hours)
PSY 101INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY3
Electives (18 credit hours)
Students must select at least one course from each of the following three areas:9
Bio/Cognitive Psychology
LEARNING: THEORY AND RESEARCH
SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
COMPARATIVE ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL POWER OF LANGUAGE
BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR
COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
Social/Developmental Psychology
PERSPECTIVES ON CHILD ABUSE AND ADVOCACY
SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING I
LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
ADOLESCENT AND YOUNG ADULT DEVELOPMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY I
Clinical/Applied Psychology
PERSONALITY: THEORY AND RESEARCH
PSYCHOLOGY IN THE WORKPLACE
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
Students must complete three additional courses at the 300 or 400-level. At least one of these courses must be at the 400-level.9
Note: PSY 306 and PSY 450 are highly recommended for students planning to go to graduate school in Psychology or a related field.
Total Credit Hours21