Dec 05, 2023  
2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
2023-2024 Academic Catalog

Psychology Minor

A minor in Psychology provides students with the opportunity to take on a second area of focus beyond the student’s declared major.  The psychology minor focuses on key concepts, theories, and perspectives in psychology and neurodiversity as well as the scope and limitations of the discipline. Curriculum in the minor provides opportunities to develop the cultural competence to engage with all forms of social diversity.

A minor in Psychology requires 21 total credits. Students must earn an average of C or better in all 21 credits. At least nine credits in the minor must be Landmark College institutional credits.  Students may not minor in Psychology if they are majoring in the B.A. in Psychology. At least nine credits earned in the minor must be unique to the minor and not applied toward requirements in the student’s major or any other minor.

Required Psychology Focus Area: 15 credits

15 credits (at least 6 at the 3000/4000 level) in any of the following discipline areas (3 credits must be in PSY at the 2000 level or above):