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General Psychology Minor requirements require 15 hours of courses in Psychology. At least nine of these hours must be at the 3000-level or above. 

The minor in Industrial-Organizational Psychology requires specific courses of benefit to engineering and science majors.

Industrial-Organizational Psychology Minor requirements include:

PSYCH 1101 (50) General Psychology 3
PSYCH 4700 (307) Industrial Psychology 3
PSYCH 4600 (308) Social Psychology 3
PSYCH 4710 (311) Human Factors 3
PSYCH 4602 (374) Organizational Psychology 3

Psychology of Leadership requirements include General Psychology and 4 of the following 5 courses:

PSYCH 4600 (308) Social Psychology 3
PSYCH 4610 (316) Psychology of Leadership in Organizations 3
PSYCH 4601 (372) Group Dynamics 3
PSYCH 4602 (374) Organizational Psychology 3
PSYCH 4603 (378) Social Influence: Science and Practice 3

The Cognitive Neuroscience minor is designed to give students a broad understanding of neuroscience principles.

Cognitive Neuroscience Minor requirements include:

PSYCH 1101 (50) General Psychology 3
PSYCH 3400 (240) Theories Of Learning 3
PSYCH 4400 (305) Cognitive Psychology 3
PSYCH 4410 (330) Neuroscience 3
as well as one of the following:    
PSYCH 4411 (340) Sensation and Perception 3
PSYCH 4412 (345) Evolutionary Psychology 3
PSYCH 4501 (362) Abnormal Psychology 3

The minor in Psychometrics helps students better understand the application of statistical methods to the measurement of human characteristics and individual differences.

The Psychometric Minor requirements include the following courses:

PSYCH 1101 (50) General Psychology 3
PSYCH 5201 (403) Psychometrics 3
PSYCH 4700 (307) Industrial Psychology 3
PSYCH 4200 (364) Tests and Measurements 3
as well as one of the following:    
STAT 5346 (346) Regression Analysis 3
STAT 5353 (353) Statistical Data Analysis 3

The Multicultural and Diversity Minor allows students to select courses across three of four departments, including Psychological Science, to increase their awareness of multiculturalism and diversity.

The minor requires 15 hours in a minimum of 3 of 4 Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) departments: the Departments of Arts, Languages & Philosophy; English & Technical Communication; History & Political Science; and Psychology. The academic home for this minor will be the HSS department in which the student takes the majority of their classes.

More information about this minor may be found on the degree programs page.