Department of Psychology (PSY)
Minor in Business Psychology
This Minor programme aims to provide non-psychology major students an overview of psychology knowledge through the introductory courses. Drawing on applied psychology, students in this Minor programme will learn to appreciate the scientific approach to understand human thoughts, behaviors, and emotions, and to raise awareness of how the application of psychology could support business and organizational functions.
The Department of Psychology offers the Minor in Business Psychology.
Students whose major is in any programme other than BSocSc in Psychology and BSocSc in Business Psychology may qualify for a Minor in Business Psychology after successful completion of 15 credits of courses as detailed below:
Required Course (9 credits)
PSY2001 Introduction to Business Psychology and Organizational Behavior
PSY2101 Introduction to Psychology *
Plus one of the following two:
PSY3003 Negotiation, Judgement and Decision Making in Organizations
PSY3004 Introduction to Consumer Psychology
Elective Courses (6 credits)
Any 2 courses with the “PSY” letter code
* As PSY2101 Introduction to Psychology is a required course for BSocSc students, these students are required to take PSY3003 Negotiation, Judgement and Decision Making in Organizations and PSY3004 Introduction to Consumer Psychology for this Minor.
Details of Minor programmes are placed on the Registry’s website at https://www.ln.edu.hk/reg/undergraduate-programmes/programme-of-studies/minor-programmes-under-4-year-system.