The Psychology minor can be a meaningful addition to many majors as it provides information that allows you to learn about and understand human behavior. Whether you are an education major and interested in developmental psychology or a biology major considering neuropsychology, you can find courses to provide breadth and depth to complement your primary major while providing insight into the understanding of psychology.
The psychology minor requires students to take at least 30 credits in psychology. Transfer students can transfer 5 credits, usually a course in introductory psychology, to the minor. The rest of the courses need to be upper division (300 and 400 level) courses. If you’re interested in minoring in psychology, we advise you to begin with PSY 300 and choose among required and elective courses with the help of an advisor. Psychology minors majoring in Law and Justice, Sociology, and Social Services may not need to take PSY 300 and should see an advisor before registering.
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