Graduates who have studied psychology have a lot of valuable skills that can be applied to a wide variety of careers.
The most obvious skill is the basic understanding of human behavior and thought processes. However, psychology minors also develop the critical skills of problem-solving and communication. These skills include being able to formulate a problem; acquiring the information needed to solve the problem, either through researching the existing literature or designing methods to collect new data; analyzing and interpreting the information; integrating the information and applying it to the problem; and communicating the solution to others.
All courses are 3 credits unless noted.