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Common Minors for Psychology Majors

After you complete your general education and psychology major requirements, you still have a remaining 44 free elective credits to complete before graduation. You should allow your career goals (or potential career goals) help you determine what courses to take. If you are fairly sure that you will continue your education in a graduate psychology program, you should focus on taking as many psychology courses as possible. However, if you are less sure of this, use your electives to sample other areas.

Completing a minor (and even more than one minor) is a popular choice among Monmouth University’s psychology majors. A minor allows you to explore another discipline with some depth as you prepare for life after Monmouth. Popular minors include:

  • Business Administration
  • Childhood Studies
  • Creative Writing
  • Criminal Justice
  • Gender Studies
  • Health Studies
  • Homeland Security
  • Information Technology
  • Photography
  • Public Policy
  • Social Services
  • Spanish
  • Sociology
  • Statistics

There are 60 different minors you can pursue as a psychology major at Monmouth University. Explore the possibilities!