Psychology, Minor


Department of Psychology

Psychology Minor - Requirements

A Psychology Minor must have prior approval of the psychology department faculty adviser. The minor consists of 22 units of psychology courses, 15 of which must be upper division. The required courses for the minor are PSYCH 10 (Intro to Psychology) completed with a grade of C or better, one course from Area B (Basic Knowledge and Skills), and one course from Area C (Basic Applications). The remaining courses may be selected to satisfy the needs of individual students but must be worked out in advance with an adviser from the department and be approved.


The Psychology Minor also requires a 2.0 GPA and 6 upper-division units in residence.


All full-time faculty members in the department have a Ph.D. in psychology or a closely related field. Their areas of expertise represent the breadth of contemporary scientific psychology. In addition to being dedicated teachers, most faculty members also conduct and publish original research. Many are also licensed or certified as practitioners of clinical psychology, school psychology, or applied behavior analysis.

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