Offered in: Chicago | Schaumburg
A background in psychology is essential in today’s complex society to gain an understanding of why people and groups behave as they do and how individuals struggle to achieve their full human potential.
- six courses in Psychology, including a course in introductory psychology (PSYC103).
- At least two courses must be at the 300 level.
- Students must select courses from at least two different core areas (see list below); the remainder are electives.
- At least two courses must be taken at Roosevelt University, one at the 300 level.
- All courses in the minor must be completed with grades of C- or higher. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 is required for all courses in the minor.
|Select two (2) courses from at least two different Areas below. The remaining three (3) courses are electives and can be any offered by the Psychology Department.||15|
|Area 1: Biological/Cognitive/Learning Psychology|
|FUNDAMENTALS OF BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE|
|SENSATION AND PERCEPTION|
|BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR|
|Area 2: Social/Diversity Psychology|
|PSYCHOLOGY STUDY OF RACISM|
|PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN|
|POVERTY & THE INDIVIDUAL|
|Area 3: Human Development/Individual Difference|
|THEORIES OF PERSONALITY|
|CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE|
|HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AS A CULTURAL PROCESS|
|OLDER ADULTHOOD AND AGING|
|CHILDREN AND FAMILIES|
|Area 4: Applied/Clinical Psychology|
|LEARNING & DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES|
|CHILDHOOD & ADOLESCENCE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY|
|LAW AND PSYCHOLOGY|
|RELAXATION & MINDFULNESS|
|Total Credit Hours||18|