The minor in Trauma Studies complements majors such as Psychology, Fire and Emergency Response, Human Development, Criminal Justice, and Sociology by providing practical knowledge and skills necessary for careers that serve a client population that has experienced trauma. Students will learn about trauma and complex trauma, the impact trauma has on overall functioning as well as treatment interventions and supportive activities for practitioners who work with this population. The minor in Trauma Studies is designed to allow the student to choose courses that meet their educational and career goals as well as prepare them well for graduate study. The student must meet the University’s graduation requirements for a baccalaureate degree. A letter grade of “C” or better is required in each Human Services and Counseling course.