Minor in Health and Industry
The minor in Health and Industry comprises four courses related to health and its applications to individuals, society, or industry taken in addition to the core General Education requirements (NASC). This minor may help students acquire a deeper understanding of their personal health, the biological basis of health and disease, and the psychological contribution to physical wellbeing. This minor may also enhance the prospects for careers in the health industry or as business service providers in the health industry.
Faculty Coordinators: Professor Oches (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Professor Meldrum (email@example.com)
Select four courses from the following list.
You must select at least one NASE and one PS:
NASE 308 Health of Nations
NASE 309 Science and Business of Biotechnology
NASE 313 Human Nutrition: From Science to Life
NASE 315 Human Health and Disease in Today’s World
NASE 316 Biology of Mind
NASE 318 Global Health Challenges
NASE 319 Human Inheritance: From Genes to Behavior
PS 210 Pioneers in Psychology
PS 230 Sports Psychology
PS 240 Child Psychology
PS 252 Dynamics of Personality
PS 266 Psychology of Adjustment
PS 275 Cross Cultural Psychology
PS 305 Environmental Psychology
PS 311 Social Psychology
PS 325 Cyber Psychology
PS 328 Financial Psychology
PS 333 Gender Psychology
PS 340 Health Psychology
PS 342 Analysis of Human Relations in Health Care Organizations
PS 380 Psychology of Self
PS 388 Abnormal Psychology
All minors must be approved by the coordinator and declared via the Minors Program Enrollment Form.
Refer to the Advising Directory to identify the appropriate Minor Coordinator.