Minor in Psychology
By studying Psychology at Webster, you will not only study the specific issues, theories, and science of this discipline -- you will also attain a broader understanding of the complexity and diversity of human behavior. You'll get the whole context for understanding the behavior of the individual.
To achieve this, you will use approaches that range from the scientific to the philosophical, from the experimental to the theoretical. Through these methods you will develop and apply problem-solving skills that will help you think analytically and to communicate clearly and persuasively throughout your life and career. You will also develop learn advanced research methods, such as the advanced analysis of statistical techniques, research methodology, and psychological testing.
The following apply to all minors:
- A minor must be comprised of 18 credit hours taken at Webster University.
- No course counted toward a major can also count toward a minor.
- Students may have a major and a minor within the same department; they may not major and minor within the same area of emphasis.
- Students must earn a grade of C- or better in any course they wish to apply toward a minor.