College of Human Services and Behavioral Sciences

Psychology Minor

The Psychology minor allows students to sample courses that provide a robust representation of a well-rounded psychology scholarship experience.  Students will take specific courses that lay the foundation for the direct application of psychological concepts, theories, and ideas to daily life, academic work, and long-term career goals.  The wide-ranging relevance of psychological theory and practice makes the Psychology minor an ideal complement to any major. 

PSY 102Introduction to Psychology3
PSY 230Lifespan Developmental Psychology4
PSY 300Cognition, Learning and Memory4
PSY 330Counseling and the Helping Professional4
PSY 360Psychopathology4
PSY 451Social Psychology4
Total Credits23