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Applied Psychology Minor

The Applied Psychology minor allows you to study the application of psychological theories and research to fields that integrate applied psychological perspectives including health care, education, community outreach, and sports. 

This minor is only for non-psychology majors and a maximum of one psychology minor may be earned by a student. 

Psychology majors cannot earn a minor in applied psychology.

Six psychology courses are required, including:

Course Title Quarter Hours
PSY 105INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY I4
PSY 106INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY II4
PSY 353ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY4
PSY 354COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY4
Select 2 Additional Psychology courses (Recommended List):8
PSY 317
PSYCHOLOGY OF INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
PSY 333
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 334
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 345
CULTURAL ISSUES IN PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 363
ALCOHOLISM, DRUG ADDICTION AND RECOVERY
PSY 366
BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS OF CHILDREN
PSY 367
PSYCHOLOGY OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN

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