Dec 12, 2018  
2018 - 2019 Academic Catalog 
  
2018 - 2019 Academic Catalog

Psychology Transfer Pathway (AA)


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The Psychology pathway is an excellent stepping-stone for students interested in people. Psychology is the scientific study of human behavior, while sociology looks at that behavior in the context of one’s social setting. The combination of the two fields gives students a more complete picture of how we all fit into our world. Students interested in either psychology or sociology as a four-year major should be aware that these course recommendations are intended for students who are undecided about a transfer school. Students who have selected a transfer school should consult the catalog of that school and an academic advisor for requirements appropriate to the first two years of study.

Pathway Code: PSYA


General Education Requirements (39 hours)


Computer Literacy (3 hours)


Humanities (9 hours)


Complete courses from 3 Different Departments (ART, FOL, HIS, HUM, LIT, MIN, MUS, PHO, REL, THE) - Studio and Performance courses cannot be included.

For a list of course options click this link Humanities Elective(s)  

  • Humanities Elective - 3 hour(s) ____________________________________
     
  • Humanities Elective - 3 hour(s) ____________________________________
     
  • Humanities Elective - 3 hour(s) ____________________________________

Social Sciences (9 hours)


Complete courses from 3 Different Departments (ANT, ECO, GEG, POL, PSY, SOC). 
For a list of course options click this link Social Science Elective(s)  

The following are recommended electives for this pathway:

  • Social Science Elective - 3 hours(s) ___________________________________

Laboratory Sciences (5 hours)


Health & Physical Education (1 hour)


Complete one course from Health & Physical Education Elective(s) .

  • Health & Physical Education Elective 1 hour(s) _____________________________

Pathway Recommended Electives (24 hours)


Total Hours 63


Depending on skill level and assessment scores, students may be required to take the necessary basic skill or prerequisite courses prior to enrolling in the program.
 

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