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The psychology minor can be a meaningful addition to many majors because psychology helps you learn about and understand human behavior. If you’re interested in minoring in psychology, start with PSY 101 and PSY 300 and, then, choose your other courses with the help of an advisor.
Transfer students can transfer up to 5 credits, usually introductory psychology, to the minor. Psychology minors who are majoring in Law and Justice, Sociology, and Social Services may not need to take PSY 300 (see details below) and should talk to an advisor before registering.
Click here for the PDF Application for the Psychology Minor in Ellensburg. Email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. You'll receive a return email with your psychology advisor's name and contact information. We recommend that you contact your advisor to ask questions and discuss recommended courses.
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