Psychology - MINOR
As of June 23, 2020, programs in this catalog will no longer be offered to new students at the Denver campus. At the close of the 2020-2021 academic year (subject to possible courses through the summer of 2021), no programs in this catalog will be offered to any students at the Denver campus, as the Denver and North Miami campuses will be closing after the end of the 2020-2021 academic year (subject to possible courses through the summer of 2021).
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.