Psychology Minor

Psychology is a rich discipline that appeals to a wide range of interests.  Psychology minors can study perception, the brain's influence on behavior, the psychology of color, development from infancy through old age, personality, mental disorders, behavior in the workplace, and how to conduct research in these areas.

The following requirements below are intended for students beginning fall 2024.
To declare your minor, please speak to your academic advisor for assistance.

Minor Coordinator: 
Daniel Benkendorf

Required Course:
SS 131General Psychology3
Choose Four (4) Courses
SS 206Psychology of Consumer Behavior3
SS 230Qualitative Research3
SS 231Personality3
SS 232Developmental Psychology3
SS 237Industrial Psychology3
SS 307Emotions in Society3
SS 311Environmental Psychology3
SS 312Sensation & Perception3
SS 333Fact or Fiction? The Psychology of Conspiracy3
SS 334The Psychology of Color3
SS 335Abnormal Psychology3
SS 336Psychology for Sustainability3
SS 338Happiness & Human Flourishing (Honors)3
SS 340The Psychology of Gender, Perception and Self-Expression3
SS 385Social Psychology3
SS 396Social Experiments (Honors)3
SS 398Spirits, Psychics, & Skeptics: Uses and Limits of Psychological Science (Honors)3

Semesterly course offerings are subject to change.