Students with a major in one of a number of departments will find a minor in psychology to be a significant contribution to their education. In order to best complement the major area of study, students should carefully select those psychology courses that have the most direct relevance to the major. These choices should be made in consultation with the academic adviser, as well as a member of the psychology faculty.
A psychology minor requires 27 semester hours of credit in psychology. The required courses are:
- Introduction to Psychology (100) 4 credits
- Research Methods (200) 4 credits
- One 200 level research course taken concurrently with its accompanying lecture course, 7 credit hours
- Electives, 12 hours
You can print out a checklist for the psychology minor requirements below: