The associate’s in Psychology transfer degree allows students to enter a bachelor’s program in the CSU system with junior standing and priority admission consideration. Students will study the foundations of individual and group behavior.
Courses examine how to apply psychological principles to enhance interpersonal, social, and occupational skills. Students will learn how to evaluate psychological data and apply the scientific method to various theories. Graduates will be equipped with basic knowledge applicable to careers in research, teaching, counseling, social work, human resources, and more.
A sample of class topics with this major include:
- General psychology
- Research methods in the social and behavioral sciences
- Physiological psychology
- Lifespan development
- Abnormal psychology
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Program Requirements & Restrictions
Minimum EducationHigh School or Equivalent
Admission TestsPlacement Test
Official High School Transcript/GED Score
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