***************** Announcement! There are changes to the Minor in Psychology! *****************
New Minor in Psychology
Proposed changes to the minor are not expected to be listed in the catalog until Fall 2014, but until then students may follow the proposed minor, and substitutions will be made by the Chair of the Department of Psychology on a case by case basis. The new Minor in Psychology will consist of 18 credits as described below, but if a student will graduate before Fall 2014, the minor will require 19 hours rather than 18 hours.
All students pursuing the Minor in Psychology must take:
Select 2 courses from the following list:
Take 9 credits of PSYC courses at the 3000/4000 level
Old Minor in Psychology
Old minor requirements are listed below, and may still be followed by students in catalogs earlier than 2014-15; however, PSYC 3100, PSYC 3200, and PSYC 3201 are no longer being offered. Any of these courses that have not been taken by that time must be replaced by other 3000- or 4000-level courses.
PSYC 1310 (Introduction to Psychology) – 3 Hours
PSYC 2000 (Social Psychology) – 3 Hours
PSYC 3200-01(Principles of Psychological Research) – 4 Hours
PSYC 3100 (Elementary Statistics) – 3 Hours
PSYC ELECTIVES – 6 Hours, with at least 3 at the 3000/4000 level