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Associate of Arts for Transfer: Psychology (31041)

Learning Outcome(s

Upon successful completion of the major requirements for this degree, students will be able to

  • Demonstrate familiarity with the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology
  • Respect and use critical thinking, skeptical inquiry, and when possible, the scientific approach to solve problems related to behavior and mental processes
  • Develop insight into their own and others' behavior and mental processes and apply effective strategies for self-management and self-improvement
Major Requirements Units
PSYC 100/100H: Introduction to Psychology3
PSYC 219: Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology4
MATH 219/219H: Statistics And Probability4
 
Select one (1) course from the following (List A):3
 
PSYC 200: Introduction to Biological Psychology3
BIOL 109/109H: Fundamentals of Biology3
 
Select one (1) course from the following (List B):3
An additional course from List A
(may not be a course used to satisfy the requirements in List A)
 

PSYC 157: Introduction to Child Psychology
or
CDEV 107: Child Growth and Development (DS1)

 

3

PSYC 240: Introduction to Social Psychology
or
SOC 240: Introduction to Social Psychology

3
 

Students may not earn credit for both SOC 240 and PSYC 240.
Students may not earn credit for both CDEV 107 and PSYC 157.

Select one (1) course from the following (List C):​3-4

Any list A or B course not already used.
(may not be a course used to satisfy the requirements in List A or B)

 
ANTH 100/100H: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
ANTH 101: Introduction to Physical Anthropology (3)
PHIL 110: Critical Thinking (4)
PHIL 111: Introductory Logic
(4)
​PSY​C 160: Introduction to Lifespan Psychology
(3)
PSYC 170: Multicultural Psychology (3)
PSYC 180: Psychology of Gender (3)
PSYC 230: Psychology and Effective Behavior (3)
PSYC 250: Introduction to Abnormal Psychology (3)
SOC 100/100H: Introduction to Sociology (3)
TOTAL20-21


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