The Psychology Arts offers a minor for undergraduate students. Through this program, students gain expertise to become adequately prepared for life after graduation.
A minor in Psychology requires a total of 18 credit hours. Students seeking to minor must meet with a faculty advisor to design a program based on the students' needs and program requirements. See an academic advisor for list of approved courses.
The psychology minor guides students through the study of general psychology with a choice of 15 credit hours of psychology electives.
Tutoring and Mentoring Minor
The minor in Tutoring and Mentoring combines leadership, group dynamics and effective communication with invaluable field experience. Senior-level psychology majors work with students in the General Psychology course as peer tutors and mentors while learning classroom management and pedagogical skills. Students will be prepared to be competitive in graduate school admissions and teaching assistantships.
Tutoring and Mentoring Core Requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog