The Psychology program (053.3) is changed to Psychology 053.4 as of the fall 2013 semester. Students already enrolled in 053.3 may complete the current program or move to the new 053.4 program. To review program 053.3 requirements, see the graduation checksheet. Students should discuss these options with their advisor. New students must register for 053.4.
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Associate of Arts (053.4)
This program prepares the student for transfer to a four-year institution with a broad college background and significant coursework in psychology and the disciplines that support it.
Graduates work for a bachelor's degree or advanced degree in Psychology or related fields. The program also provides a strong and diverse preparation in the liberal arts and sciences for those desiring a broad educational background for transfer to a variety of programs at four-year institutions.
Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will:
See the Graduation Checksheet for this program in printable PDF form.
Minimum Credits to Graduate: 60–63
Science Elective 6
Restricted Elective 7
Social Sciences Electives (2)
|The following list of courses and electives are required for the PA Statewide |
Articulation Agreement in Psychology. Students intending to transfer to a PA Trac
college or university should consult a transfer counselor early in their program.
|Introduction to Psychology |
Social Psychology or
One (1) Life Span Course 4
Statistics for the Behavioral & Social Sciences
Research Methods & Applications
|2Computer & Information Technology Elective:|
|Computer Fundamentals & Applications or|
Office Productivity Applications
|BIO-151||General Biology 1|
|4Psychology Life Span/ Developmental Elective (choose one course)|
|Human Growth & Development |
Psychology of Death & Dying
Psychology of Adulthood
|6Science Elective: Students should select lab courses from Biology, Chemistry, |
Physics or Astronomy.
|7Restricted Elective: Students should select from the following: Art, Dance, Foreign Language, Geography, Health & Physical Education, Literature, Music or Theatre|