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Psychology Transfer Track

Learn about the latest developments in theory and practice in the rapidly advancing fields of psychology, and apply this knowledge to the world around you to better understand the people and processes you encounter in everyday life. Psychology is the study of mind and behavior, embracing conscious and unconscious processes and experiences. As an academic discipline and a social science, psychology seeks to understand the causes and purposes of behavior by utilizing scientific methods to establish general principles. While earning an associates degree, students take courses that explore a wide range of psychologys sub-disciplines, including developmental psychology and aging, biological and neurological psychology, fundamental principles of learning, social psychology, and the fascinating world of psychopathology and psychological disorders.

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Learn about the latest developments in theory and practice in the rapidly advancing fields of psychology, and apply this knowledge to the world around you to better understand the people and processes you encounter in everyday life. Psychology is the study of mind and behavior, embracing conscious and unconscious processes and experiences. As an academic discipline and a social science, psychology seeks to understand the causes and purposes of behavior by utilizing scientific methods to establish general principles. While earning an associates degree, students take courses that explore a wide range of psychologys sub-disciplines, including developmental psychology and aging, biological and neurological psychology, fundamental principles of learning, social psychology, and the fascinating world of psychopathology and psychological disorders.


A degree in psychology provides a useful foundation for a wide range of careers and opportunities, including education, business, sales, service industries, public affairs, health, counseling and mental health, corrections, and, of course, psychology research, practice, and teaching.


Jori Bullemer