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Psychology Minor

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(585) 475-2444, libarts@rit.edu

This minor provides a solid knowledge base in psychological terms, concepts, methods, theories, and issues. This minor is closed to students majoring in psychology.

Course
Prerequisite
PSYC-101 Introduction to Psychology
Electives
Choose five of the following:
   PSYC-221    Abnormal Psychology
   PSYC-222    Biopsychology
   PSYC-223    Cognitive Psychology
   PSYC-224    Perception
   PSYC-225    Social Psychology
   PSYC-231    Death and Dying
   PSYC-232    Developmental Psychology
   PSYC-233    History and Systems
   PSYC-234    Industrial and Organizational Psychology
   PSYC-235    Learning and Behavior
   PSYC-236    Personality
   PSYC-237    Psychology of Gender
   PSYC-238    Psychology of Religion
   PSYC-239    Positive Psychology

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This minor provides a solid knowledge base of psychological terms, concepts, methods, theories, and issues.

Prerequisite:
0514-210 Introduction to Psychology

Required Course:
0514-402 Research Methods

Electives—Choose four of the following:
0514-440 Childhood and Adolescence
0514-441 Humanistic Psychology
0514-442 Adulthood and Aging
0514-443 Cognitive Psychology
0514-444 Social Psychology
0514-445 Psychology of Perception
0514-446 Psychology of Personality
0514-447 Abnormal Psychology
0514-448 Industrial/Organizational Psychology
0514-449 Behavior Modification
0514-451 Psychology of Motivation
0514-453 Death and Dying
0514-483 Social Psychology of Religion
0514-544 History and Systems