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Minor In Psychology

The minor in psychology helps students acquire a deeper understanding of the relationship between mind and body, the psychological underpinnings of development, psychological health, and applications in personal and professional life.  This minor provides students an opportunity to engage in the study of both classical and contemporary psychology.  The program comprises four courses in psychology in addition to courses taken in fulfillment of the general education requirement.


Select four courses from the following list:

NASE 316            Biology of Mind
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 301                 Special Topics in 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 341                 Human Relations in Health Care
PS 351                 Nonverbal Behavior and Judging Others
PS 380                 Psychology of Self
PS 388                 Abnormal Psychology

All minors must be declared via MyBentley and approved by the coordinator.