The Minor in Clinical and Health Psychology, offered by the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, consists of 21 credits. The minor introduces students to the specialties in psychology that focus on understanding health and illness through the study of the interplay among psychology, biology and environment. This minor is designed for students who do not major in psychology but have interests in psychology, public health and other health-related careers (e.g., nursing, speech therapy). Pre-med students will find this minor helpful in preparing for the MCAT exam, which was modified to include psychology topics.
Students outside of the Psychology major may declare this minor. Psychology majors are not permitted to declare the Clinical and Health Psychology minor but are permitted to take its courses as electives in their major.
Minors are awarded only at the time of completion of the bachelor's degree and cannot be awarded either as a stand-alone program of study or after completion of the first bachelor's degree.
Campus Location: Main
Please contact the College of Liberal Arts' Center for Academic Advising for more information on minors, certificates or other CLA programs.
Seven courses are required.
|Introduction to Psychology
|Statistics for Psychology
|Critical Thinking in Psychology
|Foundations of Psychopathology
|Foundations of Health Psychology 1
|Select two of the following advanced-level courses:
|Advanced Topics in Health Psychology
|Social Health Psychology
|Clinical Applications of Health Psychology
|Psychological Testing: Measuring IQ, Thoughts, Feelings, and Attitudes
|Child Psychopathology and Treatment
|Clinical Psychology: Research and Practice
|Neuroscience of Development and Aging
|Total Credit Hours