Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies (2018 - 2020)
The CAMS minor requires five courses (18-20 points) completed with a C or better as follows:
- Child and Adolescent Psychopathology (CAMS-UA 101) is required of all minors and is a prerequisite for some advanced courses in CAMS.
- In addition to CAMS-UA 101, students must complete at least two more CAMS-UA courses.
- The remaining two courses can either be CAMS-UA courses or approved non-departmental courses. For a list of these approved non-CAMS courses, please see “Courses in Other Departments” or the CAMS website.
Courses taken for the CAMS minor cannot also be used for another major or minor. The only exceptions are as follows.
- Neural science majors, psychology majors, teaching and learning majors, and social work majors may count one course toward both the CAMS minor and their major. Note that (for example) if a psychology student counts a CAMS course toward the psychology major, then a psychology course cannot also be used for the CAMS minor. Alternatively, if a psychology student counts a psychology course toward the CAMS minor, a CAMS course cannot also be used for the psychology major. The same rules apply to neural science, teaching and learning, and social work.
- Nursing students can count Introduction to Psychology (PSYCH-UA 1) and Developmental Psychology Across the Lifespan (APSY-UE 1271) toward both the CAMS minor and their major. To complete the minor these students must take three CAMS-UA courses, one of which must be CAMS-UA 101.
Declaration and Advising
CAS students: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to declare the minor. All other NYU students: please declare the minor via the cross-school minor application on Albert.
For more information, please contact the CAMS adviser at email@example.com.