Students pursue minors in Psychology or Cognitive Neuroscience for many reasons. Questions about the fundamental nature of mental and neural processes and their relation to behavior are inherently fascinating. A minor in psychology or cognitive neuroscience also complements virtually any major program and can provide valuable skills and knowledge that are applicable to a host of career interests. The minor in psychology allows students to dive into a wide range of topics in psychology that they can tailor to their specific interests. Students pursuing the minor in cognitive neuroscience delve into deep questions concerning the relation between neural activity and cognitive processes such as memory, decision-making, and reasoning.