The minor in the Science of Mental Health and Well-Being is designed to engage Georgia Tech students in the study of the discrete yet interconnected concepts of mental health, wellness, and the science of mental well-being. Focusing on the latest neuroscience research, students will learn both the neural mechanisms of mental processes and their practical implications for mental wellness. The courses are firmly rooted in neuroscience and span the topics of positive psychology, emotional wellness, and mental illness. Students will learn and participate in positive psychology practice activities that can act as a buffer against stress, prevent illness, and promote general health and well-being. The minor in the Science of Mental Health and Well-Being is available to undergraduate students all majors (including psychology undergraduate majors).
Coursework for a Minor in the Science of Mental Health and Well-Being
For an up-to-date description of the Minor in the Science of Mental Health and Well-Being, please see this website:
and Georgia Tech’s general guidelines for Minors:
To add a Psychology Minor, please use Georgia Tech's DocuSign and include Dr. Tiffiny Hughes-Troutman as the Minor School Advisor recipient (firstname.lastname@example.org):