Minor in Psychology

Psychology is relevant to many areas of study that involve learning, behavior, development, mental and behavioral health, communication, and social interactions. Because of this, the Psychology minor provides an excellent complement to many different majors, including Communication Disorders, Social Work, Biology, Public Health, Sociology, Exercise Science, Special Education, Therapeutic Recreation, Marketing, Management, and Nursing. Many graduate programs have undergraduate Psychology prerequisites, making the minor a practical choice. The minor provides flexibility in course selection among Psychology courses at the 200- and 300-levels, allowing students to tailor their course selection to their interests and career goals.