Minor in Psychology
The Department of Psychology offers a minor in psychology, which involves taking five psychology courses, some required and some elective, that focus on the multidisciplinary study of mind, brain, and behavior. The minor accommodates students with a broad range of interests in basic and applied psychology. Students can elect to take fundamental and advanced courses spanning biological psychology, cognition, social psychology, personality psychology, sensation and perception, clinical psychology, applied psychology, learning and motivation, developmental psychology, or other subfields of psychology to craft a minor that reflects their interests within this wide-ranging field.
To declare a minor in psychology, please click here.