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The student must take18 credits, consisting of
and one course from three of the following four groups:
An equivalent statistics course and/or an equivalent methods course may be substituted for PSYC 210 - (Q) Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences and/or PSYC 330 - Research Methods in the Behavioral Sciences . Contact the Department Chair for a list of these courses. Any substituted course must then be replaced with a 3-credit Psychology course. PSYC 330 for minors is offered once each Spring. PSYC 330 for majors can be substituted for PSYC 330 for minors only if taken while a Psychology major. Psychology minors cannot take the PSYC 330 sections for majors.
For more information about the Psychology department, visit its website.