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An Associate of Art (AA) degree is offered, including university-level transfer courses and other graduation requirements. Courses include general principles, biological and social psychology, research methods, introductory statistics, contemporary issues, biological psychology lab, psychology of death and dying, work and human behavior, abnormal behavior, human development, marriage and family, human sexuality, and psychology of aging.

Psi Beta Honors Society

Psi Beta is a nationally recognized Honor Society for students attending community colleges who have an interest in Psychology. Being a member of the Psi Beta Honor Society includes benefits like recognition, eligibility for national/annual awards, gaining leadership skills, participation in national/regional/local psychological programs and conferences, as well as gaining a better understanding of the human experience! Contact Dr. Robin Akawi to learn more about this club by filling out the Psi Beta Student Interest Form. All students welcome.


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A.A./A.S. Degrees

AA-T/AS-T Transfer Degrees