An undergraduate minor in industrial/organizational psychology is offered through the College of Education to students majoring in fields other than psychology. Offering a combination of psychology and management courses, this minor is particularly appropriate for students majoring in management and administration related fields who seek to complement their primary area of study with the study of psychology as it relates to workplace, management, and organizational issues. Thus, this minor is appropriate for students majoring in management and related areas such as human resource management, health administration, and public administration. The industrial/organizational psychology minor contributes to preparation for graduate study in management and administration-related fields as well as industrial/organizational psychology.
** Students completing one or more of the required courses as part of their major will need to select courses from the list below in replacement to apply to the minor. A minimum of three Psychology courses is required for the minor. Substitutions require the approval of the minor advisor.