Psychology Department
The Minor in Forensic Psychology develops skills in counseling and communication with diverse populations, including victims and offenders. It is especially advantageous for careers that involve policymaking, community action, social research, or social services.
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Majors that often add a psychology minor include BiologyComputer Information SystemsCriminologyNursing, and Political Science.

Required Courses

PSY-101 Introductory Psychology (4)
CRM-101 Introduction to Criminology (3)
CRM-203 Theories of Crime and Social Deviance (3)
PSY-205 Theories of Personality (3)
PSY-207 Psychopathology (3)
PSY-210 Research Methods (4)
PSY-306 Theories and Techniques of Counseling (4)
PSY-409 Psychometrics (4)

Psychology Careers

Understanding human behavior and scientific processes of measurement and analysis provides a skill set that opens up a wide range of career opportunities.

While many graduates go on to attend graduate or medical school, you can use the principles of psychology in clinical or research settings, or in the fields of education and training.

To explore more careers in psychology, visit the American Psychological Association.

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