Minors in Psychology
Requirements for a Minor in Applied Behavior Analysis:
The minor in Applied Behavior Analysis provides students the necessary course work required to sit for certification as a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst.
The psychology department offers a minor in applied behavior analysis for non-majors as well as concentrated study in applied behavior analysis for majors (see above).
Students seeking a Minor in Applied Behavior Analysis are required to take the following courses:
|PSY 110, Psychology as a Social Science||3|
|PSY 206, Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|PSY 338, Research Design||3|
|PSY 306, Principles of Professional Conduct in Psychology||3|
|PSY 323, Learning||3|
|PSY 401, Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
Requirements for a Minor in General Psychology:
The student who elects a minor in Psychology must complete 18 semester hours of psychology courses, including at least nine semester hours at the 300 level or above.
Students must maintain a grade point average of at least 2.0 in the minor.