Minor in Psychology

The minor in Psychology combines scientific research with a biblical and theological foundation to help students gain an understanding of human development, behavior, mental illness, and basic theories in psychology. The range of the liberal arts curriculum aims to prepare students for graduate work in counseling or psychology.

Total required credits: 18

Average completion time: 1 year

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What kind of classes will I take?

  • PSY 2600 - Introduction to Psychology 
  • MIN 4620 - Biblical Counseling 
  • PSY 3530 - Developmental Psychology 
  • PSY 4400 - Abnormal Psychology 
  • PSY 4500 - Counseling Theory 
  • PSY 4510 - Social and Cultural Psychology 

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Who will teach me?


Dr. Sam Williams
Professor of Counseling


Dr. Steven Wade
Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology