Earn a Minor in Psychology at Azusa Pacific University
You’ll enhance your major with sought-after skills in understanding and interacting with people—applicable to a broad variety of education and career paths. Choose to pursue research and internship opportunities, bolstering your résumé as you immerse yourself in the study of human thought and behavior.
Program at a Glance
The School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences equips students for compassionate leadership in fields like physical therapy, social work, and psychology, guided by experienced faculty and hands-on learning.
Gain Hands-on Experience
- Pursue internship opportunities related to your interests.
- Explore the intersection of Christian faith and psychology.
- Conduct research alongside faculty-mentors.
- Analyze human behavior in a variety of real-world contexts.
By the Numbers
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Eimee Ponciano ’24 learns how to treat others with grace and respect as she dives deep into her psychology major at APU.
The psychology minor introduces students to the study of human thought and behavior. Specifically, students minoring in psychology are exposed to disciplinary knowledge, critical thinking skills, scientific inquiry, and applications of psychology. This minor is ideal for students from a wide variety of education and career paths who wish to bolster their understanding of, and interactions with, people.
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Azusa Pacific University is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).
Career Outlook and Outcomes
Career Paths for Psychology Majors to Consider
Learn more about the career options available to psychology majors, whether you earn an undergraduate degree or go on to pursue a graduate degree.