College of Education and Human Development

Institute of Child Development

Minors

We offer minors at every degree level: undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral. Adding a minor through ICD will give you knowledge of developmental processes across the lifespan that will enhance your current educational pursuits. Our minors may be a good fit for students enrolled in programs like psychology, neuroscience, sociology, family social science, education. 

Undergraduate developmental psychology minor Undergraduate developmental psychology minor

Supplement your major by gaining expertise in developmental psychology. A minor in developmental psychology is often paired with majors like psychology, neuroscience, sociology, family social science, early childhood education, or business.

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Doctoral developmental psychology minor Doctoral developmental psychology minor

Supplement your doctoral studies with a minor in developmental psychology. In our minor, you’ll take foundational courses in cognitive, social, and emotional development.

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Online infant and early childhood mental health graduate minor Online infant and early childhood mental health graduate minor

Gain knowledge of developmental processes related to competence, psychopathology, and resilience. Learn how to apply theory and research to meet the needs of children, families, and communities. All courses are online.

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Interpersonal relationships research doctoral minor Interpersonal relationships research doctoral minor

Interpersonal relationships research (IREL) is a multidisciplinary field that intersects with psychology, sociology, family studies, communication, nursing, and other fields relevant to interpersonal relationships.

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