Complement your coursework in other disciplines by pursuing a minor in psychology, and boost your critical thinking, analytical and decision-making skills.
Develop the intellectual skills that allow you to generate and evaluate knowledge in many areas by learning how psychologists research human thought, emotion and behavior. Gain experience in the field and earn credit through an internship placement that pairs you with a working professional in the field.
Students in the minor will develop an understanding of the history of psychology, current trends and emerging ideas in the field. The background provided will allow students to explore careers in psychology or other professions that demand as an understanding of behavior.
Minors are required to complete 26 credits in psychology with a grade equivalent of 2.00 or higher in each course. View degree requirements for the minor in the Undergraduate Catalog.
Students are encouraged to participate in research studies conducted by psychology department faculty and students. Some instructors give credit for participation, so contact your instructor for details.