Minor in Psychology & Minor in Human Factors and Ergonmics
The Department of Psychology has two minors to offer. A Minor in Psychology and a Minor in Human Factors and Ergonomics.
The Minor in Psychology is intended to meet the needs of students who recognize that an understanding and analysis of individual psychological processes is an important component of their education. The minor may also be of interest to students who have an interest in a double major but are unable to satisfy all of the requirements in two major fields.
The Minor in Human Factors and Ergonomics is intended to meet the needs of the students who have an interest in any type of design and who recognize the importance of taking account of human characteristics, both strengths and weaknesses, in the design of artifacts intended for human use (e.g. , equipment, computer software, consumer products, and even entire work environments).
The minor should also be of particular interest to students who have an interest in doing graduate work in Human Factors, Ergonomics, Industrial Design, etc.
Minor in Psychology
Minor in Human Factors and Ergonomics