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  Dec 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 College Catalog

Psychology Minor


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General Information:


Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

A student graduating with a degree in psychology from College of the Ozarks will:

  • demonstrate a practical working knowledge of the science and theoretical applications of psychology (Academic);
  • obtain a foundation in psychology sufficient for further professional training or graduate work in such fields as counseling, clinical psychology, public safety, social services, or school counseling (Vocational);
  • integrate psychological concepts with a Christian worldview in order to effectively incorporate faith in the human services field (Christian);
  • impact their local and global communities by applying practical skills and psychological knowledge to solving personal and societal issues (Patriotic);
  • evidence awareness of the influence of cultural backgrounds and experiences on the development of psychological processes (Cultural).

Requirements:


Required minor courses: 21 credit hours (9 hours at 300-400 level)


THEORY Elective (3 credit hours)


 (Cannot use same course for credit here if taken as additional course above)

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