2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
    Sep 27, 2023  
2023-2024 Academic Catalog

Psychology Minor

Program Description:

The psychology minor is available for students who would like to gain a better understanding of psychological processes. Students in a wide variety of majors may benefit by supplementing their knowledge and skill with a stronger background in psychology. The minor is flexible and allows students to select subsets of courses that are appropriate for particular majors. Students in biology, business, communication, computer science, education, nursing, and sociology may find that the psychology minor enhances their educational goals. The minor may be fulfilled by completing the following requirements.


Admission Requirements:

GPA of 2.0 or more


Program Learning Outcomes:

  1. Be familiar with current theory and research in diverse areas of psychology
  2. Have skills in integrating and communicating about psychological knowledge


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Program Requirements:

Departmental Core Requirements

Psychology Core Courses: 9 Hours

Select 9 hours from:

Psychology Electives: 9 Hours

  • Choose from PSY 2000-2990 level psychology courses and Psychology 3000 level core courses listed above not already used for the 9 hours of core courses)

Total: 21 Hours