This program is available at the following locations:
The School of Psychological Science offers students a variety of educational avenues that provide the necessary tools for competency in, and appreciation for, psychology as a scientific discipline.
Many of our graduates will go straight into the workforce into areas such as human services, human resources, and educational assistants. Many graduates will also continue their education through professional schools such as law, medicine, or optometry. Others will engage in further study in business or in public administration. Some students will continue their study of Psychology at a school with a graduate program in one of the specialty areas of psychology.
In addition to classes whose contents span the many sub disciplines of psychology, the School of Psychological Science at Oregon State values the intellectual contributions of its students and offers a number of opportunities for research experience.
Minor Code: 965
Upon successful completion of the program, students will meet the following learning outcomes:
- Describe key concepts, principles, and theories in psychological science.
- Develop a working knowledge of psychology’s major subfields.
Students should consult their major advisors to see if specific courses are required for their major. Students must receive a grade of C– or better in any course applied toward the minor. Such courses cannot be taken with S/U grading.
& PSY 202
and *GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
|Select two courses from the following:
|BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR
|HUMAN LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT
|Select two courses from the following: 1
|*PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER
|PSYCHOLOGY OF RACE AND RACISM
|PSYCHOLOGY AND THE LAW
|LEARNING AND MEMORY
|PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION
|^ADVANCED SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS
|PSYCHOLOGY OF DISABILITY
|JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING
|THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS
|^CLINICAL RESEARCH METHODS
|^PSYCHOLOGY OF ADDICTION
|YOGA AND MENTAL HEALTH
|PSYCHOLOGY OF MEDITATION
|INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
|Variable Credits 1
|READING AND CONFERENCE
|Additional Course 1
|One additional upper-division PSY course
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
Minor Code: 965