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Minor

  • Overview

    This curriculum introduces students to the history and scope of psychological inquiry, helps them acquire a basic understanding of the scientific method and its application to psychological research, and trains them to critically evaluate and discuss psychological texts. Learn more about the Psychology program.

    Eligibility

    Undergraduate students from any school of the university who are not majoring in Liberal Arts can select a minor from Lang’s offerings. Similarly, Lang students who are not pursuing a BA or BS in Liberal Arts can select a minor from those offered in other schools, provided they meet the prerequisites and related requirements. (Lang students pursuing a BA or BS in Liberal Arts: See Self-Designed Major, below.)

    Curriculum

    Requirements for the Minor in Psychology

    The minor in Psychology requires the completion of the following five (5) courses:

    • ULEC 2160 Introduction to Psychology
    • Two (2) LPSY fundamentals courses (2000 level)
    • Two (2) additional LPSY courses at the 3000 level or higher

    Students must receive a grade of C or better in every course used to fulfill area of study requirements. Please note: Students are advised to refer to the current program catalog for degree completion requirements and to confirm their progress in satisfying those requirements with their advisors.

    Psychology Lab Placements 2016-2017 (PDF)

    Important information about the BA/MA program in Psychology (PDF)

    Self-Designed Major (BA or BS, Liberal Arts)

    Students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts cannot elect psychology as an academic minor; however, they can pursue deeper study in this subject area through a self-designed major. To explore this option, contact an academic advisor and read more about the self-designed option at Lang.

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