Psychology (Minor)

Psychology impacts how we perceive our world, make daily decisions, and interact with others. A background in psychology is valuable in countless fields, from biology to marketing to politics.

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A Minor in Psychology is an opportunity to immerse yourself in psychology courses of interest to you. You'll learn how people perceive and process information and how they use that information to make decisions. You'll also explore psychological theories in a variety of fields including social, cognitive, clinical, industrial-organizational, development, and neuroscience, and learn how to apply those theories to real-world problems. Finally, you'll gain an understanding of how to design research studies, analyze results, and communicate results to a variety of communities.

Program Overview

A background in psychology is valuable in countless fields, from biology to marketing to politics. You'll learn how people perceive and process information and how they use that information to make decisions.

The Minor in Psychology consists of at least five courses (minimum 15 semester hours) with an option of cross-disciplinary study.

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Interested in declaring a minor? Talk with your academic adviser or Academic Affairs to plan out your course schedule and fill out the Minor Request Form.

Featured Faculty

Nicole Legate
Associate Professor of Psychology Director of Undergraduate Programs
Arlen C. Moller
Associate Professor of Psychology
Lindsay Sheehan
Assistant Professor
Frank Lane
Associate Professor of Psychology
Joyce Hopkins
Emeritus Professor of Psychology
Kristina Bauer
Associate Chair, Department of Psychology Assistant Professor of Psychology