Psychology - MINOR
A Psychology minor offers non-psychology students the opportunity to learn about and understand the complex relationships between human behavior and the world in which we live, expanding their knowledge of their own fields through a deeper understanding of psychological processes.
|PSYC1001||Introductory Psychology *||3|
|PSYC2002||Abnormal Psychology *||3|
|PSYC2030||Developmental Psychology *||3|
|Choose two of the following: **||6|
|Psychological Issues of Substance Use Disorders and Compulsive Behaviors|
|Psychology of Motivation and Leadership in the Workplace|
|Psychology of Conflict Resolution|
Students who are required to take PSYC1001 Introductory Psychology , PSYC2002 Abnormal Psychology or PSYC2030 Developmental Psychology, as part of their major must choose additional courses from the elective list.
Students are responsible for meeting prerequisites.