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Undergraduate Programs in Psychology
Psychology Major (link to the emu catalog)
The Psychology Major is designed to provide a general and in-depth survey of the fields in the science of psychology and to prepare students to work with people in several career areas. Further study beyond the baccalaureate is required to enter professional career work.
Psychology Minor (link to the emu catalog)
The Psychology Minor provides students entering many career fields a fuller scientific understanding of human experience, behavior, needs, desires and potentialities. The minor is flexible; within limits it may be designed to meet the needs of each student.
Secondary Education Psychology Minor (link to the emu catalog)
Successful completion of the Secondary Education Psychology Minor, in the context of other program requirements, qualifies the student for recommendation for endorsement in psychology, certification code CE. The Michigan Test for Teacher Certification (MTTC) covering this field is #011, "Psychology".
Human Sexuality Minor (link to the emu catalog) *** NEW 2011 ***
A cross disciplinary minor based in the Psychology department. Electives for the minor can be taken in African American Studies, Anthropology, Biology, Communication, Media, and Theatre Arts, Economics, Health and Human Services, History, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Women’s and Gender Studies.
Preparing for a Career in Psychology