Minor in Psychology

Minors are required to complete 26 units in psychology with a grade equivalent of 2.00 or higher in each course.

Required Courses (14 Units)
PSYC 101INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY3
or PSYC 102 HONORS INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
PSYC 203HUMAN DEVELOPMENT3
or PSYC 204 HONORS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
PSYC 212BEHAVIORAL STATISTICS4
or PSYC 213 RESEARCH DESIGN AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS IN PSYCHOLOGY I
PSYC 313RESEARCH DESIGN AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS IN PSYCHOLOGY II4
or PSYC 314 RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY
Topic Areas (12 Units)
Select one course from four of the following six topic areas:12
Human Development (PSYC 203 is a required prerequisite)
INFANT AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY
PSYCHOLOGY OF AGING
MIDLIFE DEVELOPMENT
Clinical
PERSONALITY
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 1
TESTS AND MEASUREMENTS
SYSTEMS AND TECHNIQUES OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
Social
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 1
INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY
GROUP DYNAMICS
Biopsychology
PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
ETHOLOGY AND COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY
PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY 1
Learning-Cognition
PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING
MOTIVATION
COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 1
Diversity
DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHOLOGY
CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY
SEX DIFFERENCES: PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES
INTRODUCTION TO THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD
Total Units26
1

Recommended topical area course.

Minors must satisfy the relevant prerequisites for individual psychology courses taken.