Minor in Psychology

Curriculum

In addition to providing a full experience of psychology through the major, we also offer a minor in Psychology. This minor provides you with a brief introduction to psychology through two survey courses and then allows you to select four electives within the field. In this way you can get a basic introduction to the field as a way of complementing the major field of study. 

For example, a a Health Wellness and Occupational Studies major may wish to get greater exposure to psychological concepts and select a Psychology minor. A business major who hopes to work in management, advertising, or human resources may benefit from learning more about human behavior and decision making and select a Psychology minor.

To learn more about the minor in Psychology view the catalog.

Minors

A student with GPA of at least 2.25 and a major at UNE may minor in Psychology with the approval of the Psychology Department Chair.  Declarations must occur prior to the completion of the first semester of the junior year.  Major programs of study with significant course overlap with psychology minor requirements may be disallowed by the chair.  Students declaring a minor in Psychology will not be allowed to double-dip credits across the minor and either major or core requirements (unless no other options are provided by the major, minor, or core requirements).  A minimum of eighteen hours of approved course credit with a minimum grade of "C-" in each course is required for the minor in Psychology as follows:

  Credits
Psychology Minor Required Courses  
PSY 105 - Introduction to Psychology 3
SOC 150 - Introduction to Sociology 3

Four other Psychology courses at the 200 level or higher.
(May not include PSY 225, PSY 250, PSY 285 or PSY 300; should not

double-dip with other major, minor, or core requirements)

12
Minimum Required Total Credits 18

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