The Minor consists of 24 credits in Psychology and is a good choice to combine with a major in another related field. Some career goals might include: art, drama, or music therapy, criminology or forensics, social work, or early childhood education.
* 6 required credits in Introductory Psychology
* 6 required credits in Strategies of Inquiry in Psychology and Statistical Analysis
* 12 elective credits in Psychology at the 300-level, selected in consultation with a Psychology program advisor
Note: Students exempted from PSYC 200 will replace the credits with 300 level PSYC.
Note: Students in programs leading to the BSc degree are reminded that PSYC 320 and PSYC 391-395 do not count as science credits. All other 300- and 400-level Psychology courses count as science credits.
To add a Minor in Psychology use the following form:
Please remember that the minimum requirements for consideration are 24 Concordia credits completed with a cumulative GPA of 3.0. Since the application deadline is May 30th, please wait until you have your grades on your transcript from the winter 2010-11 semester. Once you have this, please print your transcript, the application form and bring both documents to the Psychology Department.