Psychology Program

The psychology department at the University of Michigan - Flint, offers excellent training in how to understand human behavior using scientifically rigorous methods. A judicious selection of psychology courses can provide an excellent background for those of you planning careers in Business, Education, Law, Medicine, and Social work as well as Psychology. The Faculty Advisors can help you select courses that will provide a strong foundation for your career goals.

The variety of psychology degree majors and minors offer students a variety of opportunities for active involvement. For those of you who choose psychology as a department, we hope you will take advantage of the many opportunities it provides for direct involvement in ongoing research, for participating in our active Psi Chi chapter or Psychology Club, and for designing and conducting your own studies through our research sequence.

We hope that this section of our website will stimulate your curiosity, answer many of your initial questions, and better prepare you to consider and explore the rich possibilities that a psychology major or minor may offer you.

Psychology Minor and Teacher's Certificate Minor

The Psychology Minor Program and the Teacher's Certificate Minor in Psychology Program are currently being revised to allow for greater flexibility in course selection. Please meet with a Psychology Faculty Advisor to learn more about this process. The following are the current (yet to be revised)  Psychology Minor Program and Teacher's Certificate Minor in Psychology Program requirements.

Psychology Minor

Teacher's Certficate Minor