A minor in psychology complements a wide variety of majors, helping students gain a deeper understanding of human behavior and mental processes that proves valuable in many careers.

As a psychology minor, you’ll receive a solid foundation in introductory psychological concepts and theories, experiment design, and statistics. You’ll also choose from advanced seminar and lab courses in areas such as sensation and perception, social psychology, child and adolescent development, personality theories, and psychopathology.

For details about the psychology minor, including course requirements, refer to the John Carroll Undergraduate Bulletin.