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Psychology Minor

The minor in psychology consists of a minimum of 28 hours, with at least two courses at the 300 level or above.

The following course is required:
PSY 101 - General Psychology

One of the following two courses must be completed:
PSY 120 - Elementary Statistical Reasoning
PSY 221 - Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

In addition, at least one course is required in four of the following five areas:

1. Biological
PSY 201 - Sensation and Perception
PSY 203 - Learning
PSY 312 - Physiological Psychology
PSY 314 - Comparative Psychology
PSY 327 - Human Psychophysiology
PSY 380 - Psychology of Health and Illness
PSY 490 - Selected Seminars in Biological Psychology

2. Cognitive
PSY 304 - Human Learning and Cognitive Processes
PSY 305 - Human Memory
PSY 307 - Psycholinguistics
PSY 308 - Human Judgment and Decision Making
PSY 490 - Selected Seminars in Cognitive Psychology

3. Developmental
PSY 273 - Child and Adolescent Psychology
PSY 275 - Educational Psychology
PSY 315 - Behavior Genetics and Individual Differences
PSY 374 - Psychology of Adulthood and Aging
PSY 376 - Psychological Disorders of Childhood
PSY 378 - Psychology of Gender
PSY 470 - Prenatal Influences on Development
PSY 490 - Selected Seminars in Developmental Psychology

4. Clinical
PSY 233 - Psychology of Personality
PSY 332 - Abnormal Psychology
PSY 341 - Tests and Measurements
PSY 351 - Introduction to Clinical and Counseling Psychology
PSY 430 - Psychoactive Drugs: Therapeutic Agents and Drugs of Abuse
PSY 490 - Selected Seminars in Clinical Psychology

5. Social-Organizational
PSY 261 - Survey of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
PSY 310 - Motivation
PSY 336 - Social Psychology
PSY 337 - Social Psychology of Justice
PSY 361 - Advanced Organizational Psychology
PSY 362 - Personnel Psychology
PSY 490 - Selected Seminars in Social-Organizational Psychology

 

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