About this program
The Community and Applied Social Psychology (CASP) minor is designed for individuals seeking to gain knowledge and skills that can be applied to a range of advocacy, service, civic, community, and/or business fields, as well as aid those who considering a career change to such a field. This minor program may complement diverse majors such as criminal justice, social sciences, individualized studies, management, ethnic studies, human services, and so on.
With careful elective course selection, this minor would be a good preparation for non-psychology majors who would like to pursue the MA in Psychology Program at Metropolitan State. To complete the community and applied social psychology minor, students are required to take a minimum of 20 credits of psychology. Twelve or more of these 20 credits must be taken at Metropolitan State and at least 12 credits must be upper division. Specific required and approved elective course requirements are shown below.