Northeastern’s Department of Psychology offers a minor in Psychology which is very useful for those in any major dealing with human or animal behavior, development, cognition, or perception. It is also an excellent major for those wanting to pursue health-related fields, such as physical or occupational therapy. Students who minor in Psychology often major in education, human resource development, biology, social work, justice studies, and philosophy.
A minor is a course of study that can be paired with a major field of study to complement your academic plan. Students pursuing a major can opt for a minor as a way to make themselves a more attractive candidate for employment or to simply hone their skills. A minor is a great way to help an undergraduate college student specialize their degree to a higher level.
A minor in Psychology is a great way to supplement a variety of majors. Human interaction is a huge part of almost all careers, a minor in Psychology can prepare students to excel in such areas by learning the fundamentals of how humans think, feel and act thus improving the effectiveness of their interactions both personally and professionally.
Ultimately, any relationships, whether personal (i.e. parenting, friendships, romantic) or professional stand to be improved when we understand those around us, which is a clear benefit of having a minor in Psychology.
Academic Catalog Information
Take a closer look at the minor in Psychology and the courses offered toward the program.
Department and Contact Information
If you are interested in the program or have questions, please contact Psychology at (773) 442-5840.
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