Graduates with a minor in psychology make attractive employment prospects because of their familiarity with the human condition and their ability to understand and work effectively with others. Future employment opportunities can be found in business, industry, health care, social services, public relations, and criminal justice.
A “C” or better must be earned for each course within the minor. Courses taken on a pass/no-credit basis do not count toward the minor. Any variation from the program must have the chairperson’s approval.
Students are encouraged to take Principles of Statistics (MATH 1500) to fulfill their quantitative General Education Program requirement.
You may not count more than nine credit hours of psychology taken in your major toward the minor in psychology.