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Psychology

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101  Student Success Seminar
ITD122   Computer Applications for Professionals
ENG124   College Composition
PHL122   Ethics
PSY121   General Psychology
Social Science Elective
Arts and Humanities Elective
Mathematics Elective
Science Elective

PSY123   Human Growth and Development
PSY220   Social Psychology
Science Elective
Arts and Humanities Elective

SOC225   Cultural Diversity
PSY221   Abnormal Psychology
PSY222   Psychological Aspects of Therapy
Arts and Humanities Elective
Written/Oral Communication Elective

PSY124   Psychology of Work
Elective
PSY229   Psychological Methods

TOTAL CREDITS 62-65

The associate of arts degree with a concentration in psychology will provide students the option of completing at Stark State College the first two years toward a bachelor’s degree. Learning outcomes are aligned with the American Psychological Association’s learning goals and outcomes for the undergraduate student. While the proposed degree program is designed for transfer purposes, students with an AA in psychology could gain employment in positions that assist social and human service personnel with the services they provide to people. Job titles for someone with an AA in psychology include mental health aide, community outreach worker, life skills counselor, community support worker, youth worker, psychological aide, or gerontology aide.

The AA-psychology degree requires a minimum of 60 credit hours. All students must earn the minimum credit subtotal in English composition, social and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, sciences, and mathematics.

For additional information about the AA-psychology degree, contact Dr. Marc Hostetler at 330-966-5457, ext. 4520 or mhostetler@starkstate.edu.