Psychology

Psychology is a rich discipline that appeals to a wide range of interests. Psychology minors can study perception, the brain's influence on behavior, the psychology of color, development from infancy through old age, personality, mental disorders, behavior in the workplace, and how to conduct research in these areas.

Coordinator: Daniel Benkendorf 

Requirements

SS 131 General Psychology

Complete four of the following courses.

Course Credits
SS 206 PSYCHOLOGY OF CONSUMER BEHAVIOR  
SS 231 Personality   
SS 232 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY   
SS 237 INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY   
SS 311 ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY   
SS 312 SENSATION & PERCEPTION   
SS 334 PSYCHOLOGY OF COLOR   
SS 335 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY   
SS 336 PSYCHOLOGY FOR SUSTAINABILITY   
SS 338 HAPPINESS & HUMAN FLOURISHING (HONORS)   
SS 340 THE PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER, PERCEPTION AND SELF-EXPRESSION   
SS 385 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY   
SS 392 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND MODERN LIFE (HONORS)   
SS 396 SOCIAL EXPERIMENTS (HONORS)  

Please check the Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions and any prerequisite information.