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Psychology Undergraduate Program

Minor Requirements

Students selecting this minor must complete each of the following:

General Psychology (3)  
Satisfied by:  
PSYC 104 General Psychology 3
or PSYC 105 General Psychology, Honors
Psychology Required Electives - Choice Electives (6)  
Satisfied by 2 courses chosen from: 6
Cognitive Psychology  
Cognitive Psychology, Honors
Child Development  
Child Development, Honors
Abnormal Psychology  
Abnormal Psychology, Honors
Social Psychology  
Social Psychology, Honors
Behavioral Neuroscience  
Behavior Neuroscience, Honors
Cognitive Neuroscience  
Clinical Neuroscience  
Clinical Neuroscience, Honors
Psychology Minor Remaining Electives (9)  
The remaining elective courses may include any undergraduate courses offered by the Department of Psychology including: 9
Independent Study  
Research Practicum  
Undergraduate Internship in Psychology  
A maximum of 3 hours of PSYC 480 or PSYC 481 or PSYC 483, or any combination of these 3 courses totaling 3 hours may count toward the minor.   

Psychology Minor Hours & Minor GPA

While completing all required courses, minors must also meet each of the following hour and GPA minimum standards:

Minor Hours
Satisfied by 18 hours of minor courses.

Minor Hours in Residence
Satisfied by a minimum of 9 junior/senior (300+) hours of KU resident credit in the minor.

Minor Junior/Senior (300+) Hours
Satisfied by a minimum of 12 hours from junior/senior courses (300+) in the minor.

Minor Graduation GPA
Satisfied by a minimum of a 2.0 KU GPA in all departmental courses (300+) in the minor. GPA calculations include all junior/senior courses in the field of study including F’s and repeated courses. See the Semester/Cumulative GPA Calculator.


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