Psychology Minor

The Psychology Minor is a robust program with 20 minor specific psychology credits that enhance the theological and missional strength of our existing BA in Ministry Leadership. Combined with the 13 hours of psychology and 6 hours of related social sciences in the core degree, students benefit from a total of 39 concentration specific credits. This unique program is simultaneously rigorous in the social sciences while remaining deeply rooted in a Christian worldview and committed to the Christian mission.

 

MINOR SPECIFIC CLASSES (20 Credits)

PS 2374G – Developmental Psychology

PS 2372G – Cognition and Learning

PS 3374G – Social and Multicultural Psychology

PS 3373G – Statistics

PS 3372G – Abnormal Psycholgy

PS 4271G – Psychology and Christian Mission

PS 4372G – Psychology and Human Sexuality

 

GEN ED PSYCH/SOCIAL SCIENCE (19 Credits)

PS 1371G – Personal and Social Adjustment

SC 2332G – Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience

SS 3332G – Marriage and Family

PS 4373G – Solutions Focused Counseling

PS 4231G – Crisis and Trauma Counseling

PS 2291G – Sophomore Counseling Internship

PS 4391G – Senior Counseling Internship

 

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