The Psychology Minor provides students with a substantive taste of the psychological discipline, including Introductory and upper division coursework.
Students interested in understanding human behavior are an excellent fit for a psychology minor.
To complete a psychology minor, students must complete a minimum of 24 credits in Psychology including: PSY 201 & 202, 16 credits of electives, 12 of which must be upper division.
Many students are delighted to find that a Psychology minor complements their major. Whether a student is getting a degree in Business, Political Science, or Education, a Psychology degree can enhance a wide range of field specific studies and make a graduate more agile and competitive on the job market.
*Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MS/MA degree information is located within the CMHC program website.
**Human Service degree information is located within the Sociology & Anthropology program.