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Psychology instructor



About the Program

Psychology is a transfer program housed in the Business and Social Sciences Division. Transfer programs are for students who plan to continue their education at a four-year college or university to earn a bachelor’s degree. Some students take psychology courses to fulfill the social science requirement for a transfer degree, others take psychology courses as part of a plan to major in psychology. Many students also take psychology courses as electives.

What Will You Study?

Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and thought processes. It includes many areas of study relating to brain functioning and development, sensation and perception, learning, memory, personality, human and animal development, social influences on behavior, abnormal behavior, therapy and interventions and health.

CLC courses address many of these aspects of psychology. Additionally, you will learn about the scientific method of investigation, critical thinking, written and oral communication skills, and applications of theory and research to everyday experiences.


Careers for Psychology Majors

An extensive discussion about careers in psychology and subspecialty areas can be found on the American Psychological Association website.


Transfer Degree

If you wish to major in psychology, follow the Associate in Arts degree in psychology plan.

  • Psychology A.A.

Learn more about the courses and program options.