Contact:
Dr. Vickie Luttrell
Chair of Behavioral Sciences
Associate Professor of Psychology
Office: (417) 873-7254
vluttrel@drury.edu

Psychology Minor

The Psychology minor consists of 16-credit hours. All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses.

PSYC 101: Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 200: Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences
PSYC 334: Abnormal Psychology

Choose one course from the following:
PSYC 230: Life Span Development
PSYC 240: Social Psychology

Choose two courses from the following, at least one must be at 300-level or above:
PSYC 275: Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
PSYC 275-L: Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Laboratory
PSYC 302: Educational Psychology and Assessment
PSYC 308: Qualitative Research Methods
PSYC 312: Positive Psychology
PSYC 313: Cross-Cultural Psychology
PSYC 323: Functional Neuroscience
PSYC 327: Psychopharmacology
PSYC 331: Biological Bases of Clinical Disorders
PSYC 333: Psychology of Sustainability
PSYC 338: Personality Theory in Psychology
PSYC 339: Ethical Dilemmas in the Behavioral Sciences
PSYC 340: Education of the Exceptional Child
PSYC 346: Health Psychology
PSYC 347: Medical Sociology
PSYC 348 Psychoneuroimmunology
PSYC 352: Psychology of Gender

PSYC 353 Seminar in Behavioral Neuroscience
PSYC 355: Industrial Organizational Psychology
PSYC 356: Biopsychology
PSYC 357: Psychology of Adulthood
PSYC 359: Advanced Behavioral Research I
PSYC 361: Advanced Behavioral Research II
PSYC 364: Neuroanatomy
PSYC 370: Human Sexuality

PSYC 371: Psychology & the Law
PSYC 380: Undergraduate Internship Experience I
PSYC 435: Psychological Tests & Measurements
PSYC 435-L: Psychological Tests & Measurements
PSYC 475: Advanced Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
PSYC 475-L: Advanced Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
PSYC 480: Undergraduate Internship Experience II
PSYC 390, 490: Selected Topics
PSYC 391, 392, 491, 492: Research
PSYC 380, 480: Internship

Courses used as electives for one behavioral science major or minor (criminology, psychology or sociology) may not also satisfy elective requirements for another behavioral science major or minor.  Courses in the behavioral neuroscience minor may be used as electives for the psychology major or minor.