Psychology Minors must take at least 21 credits of Psychology, including two Introductory (PSYC 201 & 202), two courses from Social Science (310, 312, 314, 318) and two courses from Natural Science (311, 313, 315, 317), and one or more advanced courses (numbered between 350 and 480). Minors may take more credits in psychology if they desire but are not required to complete Elementary Statistics (PSYC 301) or Experimental Methods (PSYC 302).
Students may declare a psychology minor in any semester. The Declaration of Minor form must be filled out no later than six weeks prior to graduation.
To Declare a Minor, download the Declaration of Minor Form from the Registrar’s website, fill it out, and drop it off at the Psychological Sciences Office (ISC Room 1137) to be signed. Pick up the form from the Office a couple of days later and take it over to the Registrar’s Office.
Below is a breakdown of the psychology courses available for minors to choose from, arranged into three sections.
Note: Requirements for the Psychology Minor are determined by the course catalog that was in effect at the time you formally declared.