Minor and Certificates

Add value to your degree program

Students from any school at Indiana University can enhance the value of their degree with a minor or certificate from the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences.

Minor in Psychology

The Minor in Psychology is very popular among students with diverse majors. Understanding the why and how of human thought, emotion and behavior is an endless source of fascination and useful for any career goal.

Which topics appeal most to you?

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Certificate in Clinical Psychological Science

Are you considering a career in clinical psychology or a related field such as counseling or social work? Clinical Psychological Science students develop an in-depth understanding of clinical psychological science from theory to its application in the laboratory and a wide variety of applied mental and behavioral health service settings. 

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Certificate in the Psychology of Business

Are you intrigued by fields such as Marketing, Advertising, Design, Human Factors, or Industrial and Organizational Psychology? Through academic, applied, and research experiences in this interdisciplinary certificate program students develop an in-depth understanding of how psychological concepts are applied in business settings. The certificate is designed to prepare students for either further graduate training in applied business psychology or for advanced entry level positions in industry. 

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Certificate in Neuroscience

Explore basic scientific principles in the life and physical sciences that are necessary for an understanding of nervous system function, as well as training in the fundamental principles of neuroscience. Through coursework and lab experiences in this interdisciplinary certificate program, students will develop an in-depth understanding of neuroscience, from the cellular and molecular bases of nervous system function, to a systems-level approach to the study of brain-behavior relationships.

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