Grad Minor in Political Psychology
The study of political psychology centers on understanding how leaders and ordinary citizens make political judgments and the consequences these political judgements have for the broader political system.
Why choose this minor program?
Students in our minor program have a strong interest in this rapidly growing and influential area of scholarship. Political Psychology involves research on political belief systems, political attitudes and behavior, emotion, political information processing and cognition, and biopolitics.
Students may be admitted from any doctoral program at the University of Minnesota.