Neuropsychology Minor

The Neuropsychology minor is designed to attract students who are interested in pursuing careers in the fields of clinical and cognitive neuropsychology as well as to enhance understanding of brain/behavior relationships for those aspiring to other health-related professions. 

Although this minor is available to any student, prerequisites may make it difficult for some students to complete all of the requirements.

Curriculum

In addition to the four foundation courses (PSY 101, PSY 102, PSY 201, PSY 202) and fulfillment of the Core Area requirement, students will be expected to complete the following courses:

BIO 114
114L
Human Biology: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
and Human Biology: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory
4
PSY 410Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology3
Four courses from the following including one from list A and one from list B12
Group A
Biopsychology of Stress
Neurobiology of Mental Disorders
Neurobiology of Childhood Mental Disorders
Group B
Cognitive Psychology
Psychology of Memory
Sensation and Perception
Total Credits19