These requirements are from an excerpt from the University Academic Catalog, which outlines the requirements for a student to earn the distinction of being a Castleton University graduate. The complete catalog is available online.
This minor is offered by the Department of Psychological Sciences. Students must complete at least 18 credits in Psychological Sciences, including:
Introduction to Psychological Science
A survey of a wide variety of topics studied by psychological scientists. The course objective is to introduce students to the terms, concepts and methods of psychological science.
Restrictions This course is equivalent to Introduction to Psychology; students will not receive credit for both courses.
This course fulfills the Social and Behavioral Understanding Frame of Reference.
OR PSY 3410 - Biopsychology 4 cr
Examines research on topics central to cognitive science: perception, attention, memory, thought and language. A cognitive lab will provide hands-on demonstrations of important experiments in cognitive psychology.
Prerequisite: PSY 1012 or instructor approval
Psychological Research I
Introduction to the scientific method as applied to behavior. Emphasis is on the development of scientific attitudes as well as the development of the basic research skills of data collection, analysis and interpretation. This course fulfills the Gen Ed computing requirement for Psychology majors.
Prerequisite: PSY 3040 or PSY 3410 or instructor permission