Minor in Psychology
IMPORTANT: Due to changes to the major, please see Course Information for new course numbering.
The Psychology minor requires six courses in Psychology: two designated courses and four chosen from the Psychology curriculum. Requirements include:
PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 205 Research Methods in Psychology or
SOCI 351 Qualitative Methods & Analysis (for students majoring in Sociology) or
SOCI 352 Quantitative Methods & Analysis (for students majoring in Sociology) or
CJUS/POLI/I.R. 209 Research Methods (for students majoring in Criminal Justice, Political Science or International Relations)
Four courses chosen from the psychology course offerings excluding Internship (PSYC 316/317) and Mentored Research (Research Experience PSYC 305/306, Research Practicum PSYC 318/319, Independent Study PSYC 405/406/407, or an Honors Project PSYC 495/496/497), Two of the four courses must be at the 300 level or higher. Only one PSYC 240 (Special Topics) course may be applied to the Minor.