Minor code: OR4101
Faculty Contact: Dr. Susan Tice-Alicke
The Psychology minor provides students with an introduction to the breadth of the discipline of psychology. Students gain knowledge in substantive areas of psychology, such as biological, cognitive, developmental, clinical, and social psychology.
Careers & Graduate School
The knowledge and skills obtained with a Psychology minor may serve students well in a variety of occupations, such as business, social and human services, medicine, law, teaching, and research.
Freshman/First-Year Admission: No requirements beyond University admission requirements.
Change of Program Policy: No selective or limited admission requirements.
External Transfer Admission: No requirements beyond University admission requirements.
Minor Hours Requirement
The Psychology minor requires a minimum of 21 hours with a PSY prefix.
Psychology Core Requirements
Complete the following course:
- PSY 1010 - General Psychology Credit Hours: 3.0
Complete one of the following courses:
- PSY 1110 - Elementary Statistical Reasoning Credit Hours: 3.0
- PSY 2110 - Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Credit Hours: 4.0
Complete three of the following courses:
- PSY 2210 - Physiological Psychology Credit Hours: 3.0
- PSY 2310 - Cognitive Psychology Credit Hours: 3.0
- PSY 2410 - Child and Adolescent Psychology Credit Hours: 3.0
- PSY 2510 - Social Psychology Credit Hours: 3.0
- PSY 2710 - Psychopathology Credit Hours: 3.0
Complete two courses 3000-level or higher.
Complete two Psychology courses at the 3000-level or higher (excluding PSY 3910, 3920, 3940, 3970T, 3980T, 4930, 4970H, 4970T, 4980H, 4980T, and 4990H).