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The Psychology Minor enables students to study psychology without declaration of the major. This can be ideal for students in health sciences or other majors that deal with human behavior and functioning. A broad range of classes are offered to ensure the Psychology Minor is exposed to a variety of areas within the field.
Admission to the minor is based on availability of seats and students must declare the minor by the 1st semester of their Junior year. A grade of B or higher in Introduction to Psychology is required to declare and/or maintain the Minor. Students are required to maintain a minimum Psychology GPA of 2.5 in order to retain a declared major or minor in Psychology.
Requirements for a Minor in Psychology - Credits: 18
Required Course - Credits: 3
Students must earn a grade of “B” or higher in introduction to Psychology to be admitted into the program. The course can only be repeated once.