A minor in psychology consists of a minimum of 18 to a maximum of 23 hours in psychology. PSY 133 (General Psychology) is required. The remaining hours must include at least 9 hours of advanced psychology, 6 of which must be taken at SFA.
- With the selection of courses in psychological statistics and experimental psychology, and other appropriate electives, this minor will meet minimum admission requirements for graduate work in psychology.
- Advisers will provide information on suggested specialized minor plans for most academic majors.
- Exception for social work majors: PSY 133 (General Psychology) and PSY 375 (Abnormal Psychology) are required courses for social work majors. PSY 133 may be used to meet the requirements of both the social work major and the psychology minor with the credit hours being counted in the minor. No other courses in psychology may be credited in this manner. PSY 375 will be counted in the major, but not in the minor.