Minor in Psychology

A minor in psychology is a great way to supplement a variety of majors. Because human interaction is a huge part of almost all careers, a minor in psychology can be a big boost. Students pursuing a minor in this field will learn the fundamentals of how humans think, feel and act. By learning these important elements, students will be more effective in their interactions both personally and professionally. Some great choices to pair with a psychology minor include business, medicine, nursing, human recourses, social services, education and more. Online Psychology Degrees

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Requirements prior to fall 2019

  • Minimum of 18 credits in psychology (PSY) coursework
  • Complete Introductory Psychology (PSY 1010) or Elements of Psychology (PSY 1020)
  • At least three of these courses must be taken at Wayne State University
  • Cumulative PSY GPA of 2.0 or higher
  • A student may NOT use PSY 4993 (Field Study) or PSY 4994 (Special Projects) to count toward the eighteen required credits

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