The best of our psychology and biology courses are combined to provide you with a well-rounded program that will assist you as you pursue graduate studies or a career in a science-related profession.
Interested in a career in psychiatry, neuropsychology, or forensic medicine? Our experienced instructors deliver courses focused on
- Physiological psychology
- Abnormal psychology
- Biological science
- Human anatomy
With this minor, you’ll understand the science behind human behavior and how the body and mind work together.
Career OpportunitiesA minor is a secondary field of interest that is meant to complement your academic major. While your major is chosen for your intended career choice, your minor may be something you pursue for your personal interest or to augment your major. Students who minor in Biopsychology may go on to pursue graduate degrees in psychiatry, neuropsychology or forensic medicine.
Heather Kelly, Psy.D.
Department Chair for Behavioral and Social Sciences; Professor of Psychology
Debbie J. Bicket, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Guidance and Counseling
Deborah Johnson, Ph.D.
Jean Orr, Psy.D.
Grant Jones, Ph.D.