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Online Psychology Minor

virtual_campus_6Online Psychology Minor

Psychologist study many issues relevant to the human condition.  While some focus on how to help people with problems, others work to better select and train employees.  While some psychologists are interested in how the brain determines behavior, others study how behavior changes as we age.

Psychologist can be found in human service agencies, schools, industry, advertising, hospitals, and research laboratories.  Furthermore, a background in psychology can give you a good foundation for careers in business, law, medicine, or religion.


The minor in psychology is an 18-20 credit program available to all undergraduate students.



PSY 211  General Psychology

Five other pychology courses (at least nine credits of which must be at the 300 or 400 level).

A 2.0 QPA is required in the minor.

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