Mental Health Minor
The mental health field is quite interdisciplinary, served by a number of different professionals, and mental health issues arise across an array of settings. The Mental Health Minor serves the following purposes: 1) fosters interdisciplinary exposure to mental health issues, 2) provides broad preparation for those who may directly or peripherally work with mental health issues, and 3) presents different approaches to conceptualization and intervention of mental health issues.
For completion of the Mental Health Minor, the student must pass (C- or higher) 2 required courses and 4 elective courses for a total of 18 hours.
Minor helps compliment careers in a wide variety of professions, including human services, health care, education, business and more.
The program also offers a psychology major and minor, along with certificates in industrial-organizational psychology and military psychology.
Psychology students collaborate with faculty on research projects, gaining valuable skills and career preparation. The program also pairs students in internships with community service organizations and area businesses.
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Department of Psychology
Cedar Falls, IA 50614