The Psychology Minor is suitable for students who intend
to pursue careers in a wide variety of fields including business, medicine, law, political science, and education. Students should work with their major advisor to determine the Psychology courses that best fit their interests and career goals.
Questions about a Psychology Minor? E-mail: email@example.com
Course Requirements (minimum 18 hrs of "PSYC" credit)
**PSYC courses not applied to minor:
PSYC 290, PSYC 340, PSYC 341, PSYC 398, PSYC 492, PSYC 494, PSYC 495, PSYC 498, and PSYC 499
**Advanced Hours: All minors require six (6) hours of advanced (300- or 400-level) courses that are not used in any other major or minor. Be aware of minors that share PSYC courses:
Adult Development; African-American Studies; Animal Sciences; Global Markets and Society; Informatics; Integrative Biology; Molecular and Cellular Biology; Philosophy; and Sociology
Declaring the Minor
Minors may be declared at any time during the semester. No registration priority is given to declared minors for restricted courses.
To declare the Psychology Minor, please complete the online LAS form.
Major/Minor Information On-Line
The Psychology Advising Office is providing an interactive Powerpoint for you to learn more about the major/minor, how/when to declare, and course requirements.