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Program of Study

Psychology
Associate in Arts Degree

Course Code Course Description Hours
Freshman 1st Semester
ENGL 1113 English Composition I 3
HIST 1483 or HIST 1493 U.S. HIST to 1877 or U.S. HIST 1877-Pres 3
MATH 1303 or MATH 1513 Gen. Quant. Reasoning or College Algebra 3
PSY 1113 Elements of Psychology 3
CMSC 1223 Business Applications Software 3
Total 15
 
Freshman 2nd Semester
ENGL 1213 English Composition II 3
POLS 1113 U.S. Government 3
Humanities ART, ENGL, HUM, MUS, PHIL 3
SOC 1113 Intro to Sociology 3
Physical Sciences w/ Lab CHEM, ASTR, GEOL, PHSC, PHYS 4
Total 16
 
Sophomore 1st Semester
SPCH 1113 Fundamentals of Speech 3
Life Sciences BISC, BOT, MICR, ZOOL (lecture) 3
Selected Gen. Ed.
Requirement
ART, ENGL, GEG, HIST, MATH, MUS,
PHIL, POLS, SPA, or SPCH
3
SOC 2183 Sociology of the Family 3
PSY 2163 Developmental Psychology 3
Total 15
 
Sophomore 2nd Semester
Selected Gen. Ed.
Requirement
ART, ENGL, GEG, HIST, MATH, MUS,
PHIL, POLS, SPA, or SPCH
3
Humanities ART, ENGL, HUM, MUS, PHIL 3
Selected Program Req CJ, PSY, SOC 9
Total 15

General Requirements: Total hours to complete degree 61 • Minimum 2.0 GPA

Program Description: The Associate in Arts in Psychology consists of a curriculum which provides learning experiences in early and contemporary theories of behavior such as: how individuals think, behave, and make decisions, relate to others, adjust to, and/or cope with stress, appreciate and value differences in individuals and groups, and understand themselves and others. Upon successful completion of the Associate's degree, a student will be able to seek an entry-level position in a human services agency and/or continue his or her education at a four-year institution.