Psychology Minor

Overview

Minoring in Psychology will give you the opportunity to understand others better, help you in your interpersonal relationships, and give you an understanding into behavior and how the brain works.

Psychology Minor - 18 credit hours:

PSY 1311 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 3330 Social Psychology
PSY 3332 Personality Theory
Plus three (3) additional PSY courses (at least two [2] must be upper level)

Students in the following majors might consider choosing the listed courses to complete the minor:

Business (ADP) or Business Administration (traditional and ADP)

PSY 3302 Cognitive Psychology
PSY 3304 Group Dynamics
PSY 3325 Interpersonal Relationships

Biology

PSY 2301 Life-span Development
PSY 3350 Biopsychology
PSY 3406 Animal Behavior

Communications

PSY 3302 Cognitive Psychology
PSY 3305 Learning and Memory
PSY 3331 Introduction to Counseling Skills

Director of Christian Education

PSY 2302 Human Sexuality Gender
PSY 3325 Interpersonal Relationships
PSY 3331 Introduction to Counseling Skills

Education

PSY 2301 Life-span Development
PSY 3305 Learning and Memory
PSY 3325 Interpersonal Relationships

Healthcare Administration (ADP)

PSY 2301 Life-span Development
PSY 3335 Health Psychology
PSY 3304 Group Dynamics

History

PSY 3304 Group Dynamics
PSY 3315 History and Philosophy of Psychology
PSY 3341 Abnormal Psychology

Human Resource Management (ADP)

PSY 3304 Group Dynamics
PSY 3325 Interpersonal Relationships
PSY 3331 Introduction to Counseling Skills

Kinesiology

PSY 3335 Health Psychology
PSY 3304 Group Dynamics
PSY 3334 Exercise Sport Psychology

Political Science

PSY 3302 Cognitive Psychology
PSY 3304 Group Dynamics
PSY 3312 Psychology of the Criminal Offender

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