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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 may be substituted for PSYC 210 - (Q) Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences and an equivalent research methods course may be substituted for PSYC 330 - Research Methods in the Behavioral Sciences . Contact the Department Chair for a list of these courses. Acceptable course substitutions for PSYC 210 must focus on inferential statistics. EDUC 120 cannot be used for this minor. Any substituted course must then be replaced with a 3-credit Psychology course; that is, the PSYC minor requires 18 credits of coursework in psychology, not substituted courses. PSYC 211 or PSYC 212 for psychology majors can be substituted for PSYC 210 or PSYC 330 for psychology minors.