Psychology Minor

Expand your understanding of psychology

Psychology is an excellent minor field of study for a variety of majors. Knowledge of human behavior, development, social interaction and the ability to evaluate the utility of research are valuable in any career choice.

Psychology

Bachelor of Applied Science
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Social Work
  1. Required Course (3 hours): PSY 121(3)

  2. Elective Courses (15 hours): Complete additional PSY courses, with at least 6 hours numbered 300 or higher, to total at least 18 hours. Note: PSY 101, PSY 380, PSY 385, and PSY 390 may not be used toward this requirement.

Psychology

Bachelor of Science in Education (Non-Certifiable)

No certificate to teach is issued on a psychology minor. However, those teaching psychology in high school will find this program valuable, as will those planning graduate work in educational psychology, counseling and guidance, etc.

  1. Required Courses (9-12 hours): Complete one of the following groups:

    1. PSY 121(3) and PSY 203(3) and PSY 331(3)

    2. PSY 121(3) and PSY 200(3) and PSY 302(3) and PSY 331(3)

  2. Elective Courses (12-15 hours): Complete additional PSY courses, numbered 300 or higher, to total at least 24 hours. Note: PSY 101, PSY 380, PSY 385, and PSY 390 may not be used toward this requirement.