In order for a student to receive a minor in Psychology, at least 15 credit hours must be completed, including the following two required courses: Psych 203, Psych 221.
Minors consist of at least five courses (minimum 15 semester hours) and are optional and frequently cross-disciplinary. Since they provide a coherent set of ideas, concepts and educational experiences in a variety of areas, students may find that they enhance potential for professional development. Students who wish to pursue a minor must consult with advisers in their respective major departments.
Within Psychology we offer four minors that are available to other majors. These represent areas of strength in psychology and are important for psychology majors to know about because they are also disciplinary subspecialties in which we offer graduate training. These include: Human Resources, Organizational Psychology, Psychology (general for non majors), and Rehabilitation Services.