Students seeking to complete a minor in Psychological Sciences are required to take at least 15 2000-level and above psychology credits from among the following courses, which are grouped as follows:
- Foundation: PSYC 2100Q or 2100WQ.
- Area I. Social, Developmental, Clinical, and Industrial/Organizational: PSYC 2300/W, 2301, 2400, 2600, 2700.
- Area II. Experimental and Behavioral Neuroscience: PSYC 2200, 2500, 2501, 3201 (EEB 3201), 3500, 3501.
- Area III. Cross Area (I and II): PSYC 2110, 2201, 3100/W, 3102, 3105, 3400, 3601.
- Area IV. Advanced and Specialty Lecture Courses: PSYC 2101, 2701, 3101, 3103 (COMM 3103), 3104, 3106 (AFRA 3106), 3200/W, 3300/W, 3301, 3470/W, 3502, 3600/W, 3670/W, 3770, 3883, 3884, 3885.
- Laboratory Courses: PSYC 3150, 3250W, 3251, 3252, 3253, 3350W, 3450W, 3550W, 3551W, 3552.
- Research: PSYC 3889, 3899, 4197W.
The requirements for the Minor in Psychological Sciences are as follows:
- One Area I course
- One Area II course
- Any three additional 2000-level and above Psychological Sciences courses listed above.
No more than three credits of either PSYC 3889 or 3899 may be counted toward the minor. PSYC 3880 cannot be used. The courses composing the minor should be selected in consultation with the student’s major advisor to form a coherent program relevant to the student’s academic and/or career interests and objectives.
The minor is offered by the Department of Psychological Sciences.