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Psychology as a Minor

A minor in psychology is a good choice for students majoring in a variety of disciplines who want to better understand human behavior. Many students from the Colleges of the Arts, Business, Sciences, and Liberal Arts have benefited from studying psychology as a minor. If you would like to minor in psychology, you are welcome to talk to an advisor in the Department of Psychology, although it is not necessary to be formally advised in psychology. You will be required to declare your minor with your college dean.

Courses for Psychology Minor

A minor in psychology requires a total of 18 credit hours of Psychology courses, including an Introductory Psychology (i.e. PSYC110, 115, or 210) and 6 credit hours at the 300 or 400 level.
Note that you must meet all pre-requisite and restriction requirements for entering these courses as specified in the catalog course descriptions (See