The minor in Psychological Science educates you in the scientific study of the mind and human behavior.
The program combines theoretical, methodological, and applied topics enabling you to acquire knowledge and skills that enrich your personal lives and work careers.
Career choices for the Psychological Science minor are similar to those for Psychological Science majors. The critical thinking, quantitative, and writing skills that are developed in the Psychological Science major prepares you for a variety of careers, including human services, human resources, marketing, advertising, and sales among others.
You may also pursue advanced degrees in psychology and related disciplines in areas such as developmental, cognitive, biological, industrial/organizational, social, and clinical/counseling psychology. These graduate programs can lead to careers in human resources, mental health and school guidance counseling, teaching, and research.
Curriculum and Requirements
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100% Online Option Offered through the School of Graduate, Online, and Continuing Education (SGOCE)
This minor is also offered 100% online. This option works well for adult learners who are balancing work, family and education, while also trying to customize their plan of study to achieve personal goals. If you are interested in this option, contact your academic advisor or SGOCE at 978.665.3182 or email@example.com.
Day Students Taking SGOCE Courses
Day students are allowed to enroll in SGOCE courses, however, this may impact their bill since full-time day students pay more for every credit beyond 12 credits when any of the credits are SGOCE courses. It is also important to note that payment for SGOCE courses is due at the time of registration. If you have questions about the impact on your student bill, please contact Student Accounts at 978.665.4126 or firstname.lastname@example.org.