Fundamentals of Psychology (Minor)

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The Fundamentals of Psychology minor will give you a foundation in the major topic areas in psychology. This minor is good for people who want to round out their current major with core courses in psychology or think they might want to pursue a psychology oriented major in graduate school (e.g., social work).

This minor is only for non-psychology majors and a maximum of one psychology minor may be earned by a student. 

Psychology majors cannot earn a minor in Fundamentals of Psychology.  

Six psychology courses are required, including:

Course Title Quarter Hours
PSY 105INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY I4
PSY 106INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY II4
Select two of the following:8
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
THEORIES OF PERSONALITY
THEORIES OF LEARNING AND COGNITION
HISTORY AND SYSTEMS OF PSYCHOLOGY
HAPPINESS, JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING
Select any two additional psychology courses. It is recommended that they be from the above list, but it is not required8