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Applied Psychology

The Minor in Applied Psychology largely focuses on Psychology (PSYC) designated courses as opposed to Human Services (HUSV) or Applied Behavior Analysis (ABAP). As such, a Minor in Applied Psychology is attractive to a wide range of students from various SUNY Canton programs.

Students will take a minimum of 18 credit hours from the categories below.

MINOR REQUIREMENTS

Required

PSYC 101 Introductory Psychology 3

Select 1

ABAP 245 Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis 3
HUSV 201 Introduction to Human Services 3

Select 2 - Socio-Developmental Processes (at least one U/L)

PSYC 225 Human Development 3
PSYC 275 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSYC 308 Personality & Individual Differences 3
PSYC 340 Social Psychology 3

Select 1 - U/L Applied Psychology/Research

PSYC 310 Counseling Theory and Practice 3
PSYC 350 Educational Psychology 3
PSYC 406 Industrial Organizational Psychology 3
PSYC 420 Counseling Skills & Procedures 3
SSCI 370 Research Methods in Social Sciences 3

Select 1 - Any Additional U/L from EITHER Area 3 or 4

Barat Wolfe
Applied Psychology Minor Coordinator
MAC 314
34 Cornell Dr
Canton, NY 13617

wolfeb@canton.edu

315-386-7842