The Psychology major seeks to expose students to the core principles and practices in the field of Psychology and provides students with an understanding and appreciation of the human mind and behavior. Both the general Psychology degree and the Associate in Arts Degree in Psychology for Transfer meet the needs of students interested in transferring to a four-year college or university in the major of Psychology or a related field, and those interested in learning the principles of psychology as a means of integrating this knowledge into their chosen major and/or profession.
|Plus a selection of 6 units from the following:||Units|
|PSYC 110||Courtship, Marriage and Family||3 units|
|SOCI 110||Courtship, Marriage and Family||3 units|
|PSYC 171||Quantitative Reasoning in Psychology||3 units|
|PSYC 200||Developmental Psychology||3 units|
|PSYC 220||Introduction to Psychobiology||3 units|
|PSYC 230||Introduction to Cross-Cultural Psychology||3 units|
|PSYC 268||Black Psychology||3 units|
|PSYC 300||Social Psychology||3 units|
|PSYC 310||Positive Psychology||3 units|
|PSYC 670||Vocational Cooperative Education in Psychology||1 - 4 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.