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The Psychology Minor, Liberal Arts
Course Catalogue 2009-10 and Earlier

Twenty-four semester credits, including:

Required Core Courses:

  • 100 Introduction to Psychology (3 credits)
  • 101 Psychology as a Discipline and a Profession (1 credit)
  • 265 Statistical Methods in Psychology I (3 credits)
  • 271 Methods of Research in Psychology (4 credits)
  • 400 History and Systems of Psychology, or
    401 Big Issues in Psychology (3 credits)

One course from any three of the following areas (9 credits):

  1. Biological Perspective
    Idis 125 Brain: Introduction to Neuroscience, or
    372 Individual Differences and Behavior Genetics, or
    374 Cognitive Neuroscience, or
    375 Physiological Psychology, or
    376 Psychology of Perception, or
    377 Psychopharmacology

  2. Behavioral/Cognitive Perspective
    302 Principles of Learning, or
    379 Cognitive Psychology, or
    412 Experimental Analysis of Behavior

  3. Social/Personality/Clinical Perspective
    251 Abnormal Psychology, or
    340 Personality Psychology, or
    346 Positive Psychology, or
    373 Evolutionary Psychology, or
    435 Theories and Research in Developmental Psychology

  4. Applied Skills
    353 Health Psychology, or
    357 Ethics in Psychology, or
    380 Introduction to Behavior Modification, or
    390 Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis

Psychology Electives: 1 credit

Psychology Course Descriptions

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