Psychological Science Minor

Psychological Science minors can expect to uses empirical evidence to understand how and why people act, think, feel, and behave. The PSS minor will gain an in-depth understanding of how to design, conduct, and interpret empirical research as they are developing a broad understanding of current knowledge regarding the contributions of each of these areas of human functioning.

Note: The PSS minor is open to all majors except Psychological Science and Psychology.  

Program Requirements

Required courses:
PSY 111Introduction to Psychology3
or EDP 101 Psychology Of The Learner
PSY 112Foundational Experiences in Psychology1
PSS 211Career Development in Psychology & Related Social Sciences3
STA 261Statistics4
ASO 301Applied Social Research Methods4
Select TWO courses from the following:6
Psychology Across Cultures
Social Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
Introduction to Biopsychology
Survey of Perception, Action, and Cognition
Select ONE course from the following:3
Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Drugs and Behavior
Learning, Memory, and Behavior
Introduction to Counseling Methods
Total Credit Hours24