Psychology, perhaps more than any other subject, relates closely to many other disciplines. A minor in psychology prepares you for graduate study in the field and can add another dimension to your studies in other programs at the University. A total of six courses is required for a minor in psychology.
Exceptions to the requirements above can be made for students whose major programs contain required courses that are equivalent to PSYC 3301 and PSYC 3305 (such as CJST 2251 and CJST 2250). Such students may be permitted to substitute advanced psychology courses for PSYC 3301 and PSYC 3305. Exemptions will be granted on a case-by-case basis by the chair of the Psychology Department.