Psychology

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Psychology (AA.PSY)

Graduates of this program should be able to:

  • Understand the body of material that constitutes modern  psychology including various theoretical approaches and  their historical roots;
  • Apply the perspective of psychology to contemporary  social issues;
  • Apply critical thinking, analysis, and synthesis to develop  and defend a position;
  • Understand research methodology and results
  • Demonstrate effective oral and written communication.
General Education Courses Credits
  Written & Oral Communications 9
  Mathematics 3
  Natural Science (BIO 103/104 & BIO 107/108 recommended) 7-8
  Social Science (PSY 101 required & SOC 101 recommended) 6
  Arts & Humanities 3
  History 6
  Diversity 3
  Total 46-47
*See General Education Requirements on page 56 of the College Catalog.
Program Course Credits
Select twelve credit hours from the following
PSY 203 Human Sexuality 3
PSY 250 Educational Psychology 3
PSY 251 Child & Adolescent Psychology 3
PSY 255 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 256 Developmental Psychology 3
PSY 257 Psychology of Adjustment 3
PSY 258 Psychology of Personality 3
PSY 259 Social Psychology 3
  Total

12

Electives
  Electives 6
  Total Requirements for Degree 64