A minor in psychology complements most other academic disciplines and provides students with a solid foundation in psychology that will enhance vocational or avocational pursuits. A minimum of five courses with a total of at least 15 credit hours in psychology constitutes a minor. Courses for the minor must include General Psychology (110, with or without lab), Statistical Methods (PSY 201), and one course, with or without laboratory, chosen from the experimental psychology course group.

Minimum 15 credits

Core courses: 6-7 credits
PSY 110 General Psychology 3 credits
PSY 111 Laboratory in General Experimental Psychology (optional) 1 credit
PSY 201 Statistical Methods 3 credits
One course from the following options (with or without a laboratory): 3 credits
PSY 245 Physiological Psychology 3 credits
PSY 250 Principles and Applications of Learning 3 credits
PSY 345 Sensation and Perception 3 credits
PSY 350 Human Cognition 3 credits
PSY 355 Environmental Psychology 3 credits
PSY 370 Laboratory in Experimental Design and Analysis 3 credits
PSY 475 Human Neuropsychology 3 credits
Electives 5-6 credits
Total 15 credits

 

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