The psychology minor provides an introduction to human behavior and mental processes. It can serve as a useful addition to another course of study, while providing you with enough units to consider graduate studies in psychology.
- The minor provides a succinct overview of the psychology field.
- Courses focus on basic concepts of psychology, statistics, the psychology of learning, child development, personality and other topics.
The psychology minor provides graduates with strong critical thinking skills and a working knowledge of human behavior, both of which are invaluable benefits of a liberal arts education and excellent supplemental preparation for many professions and areas of study, especially seminary training, Christian ministry and service, social work, physical education and business employment.