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Minor in Psychology

The Psychology Minor allows students from many diverse fields and areas of interest (e.g., Business Administration, pre-Law, pre-Med, Education, Law Enforcement, and the Military) to attain in-depth knowledge of the Behavioral Sciences. Students minoring in Psychology have the opportunity to enhance their criticial thinking and problem solving skills by reviewing the scientific literature and communicating their findings through multiple media (oral presentations, written papers, and conference presentations). The curriculum for the Psychology minor has been arranged in such a fashion as to maximize the flexibility needed to match the student's individual career goals while at the same time ensuring a knowledge of the broad areas of psychology.

Structure of the Minor in Psychology (Note - this minor is not approved for students majoring in psychology)

1. Required Courses (13 credit hours)

PSYC 203 - Research Design in Psychology*
PSYC 303 - Experimental Psychology

*Students who have MATH 160 may substitute an additional psychology course for Research Design (PSYC 203)

One course from each grouping:

Cluster A
(PSYC 304) Abnormal Psychology
(PSYC 306) Theories of Personality

Cluster B
(PSYC 403) Learning and Motivation
(PSYC 405) History and Systems of Psychology
(PSYC 302) Physiological Psychology

2. Electives (6 credit hours)

Choose two:

(PSYC 402) Cognitive Psychology
(PSYC 404) Industrial/Organizational Psychology
(PSYC 202) Developmental Psychology
(PSYC 305) Social Psychology

Total Credit Hours required = 19, 3 of which must be completed at The Citadel

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