Minor in Psychology
Core courses include Child Development, Research Methods, Psychology and Deaf People, and Social Psychology as well as elective courses in areas such as clinical psychology, experimental foundations, developmental, socio-cultural psychology, and practicum (field work experience). This curriculum provides a breadth and depth of coverage in the field that allows students to pursue a variety of career objectives.
Requirements for a Minor in Psychology
Students must complete all pre-minor and minor courses with a "C" or better. In addition, students wishing to declare a Psychology minor must have an overall GPA of at least 2.5.
Required pre-minor courses 6-7 hours*
ENG 103 Essay Analysis and Composition I (3)
GSR 150 Introduction to Integrated Learning (4)*
PSY 201 Introduction to Psychology (3)
*Four hours count toward general studies requirement.
Required psychology courses* 9 hours
PSY 311 Development I: Child Psychology (3)
PSY 321 Abnormal Psychology (3)
PSY 410 Psychology and Deaf People (3)
Elective psychology courses 9 hours
Choose any three psychology courses in consultation with the department.
Total 21-24 hours