The Psychology Department offers a transfer degree (AA-T) in Psychology. See the
links below the list of Psychology Course Offerings for more information about the
Psychology transfer degree. There is an active Psychology Club (Mind and Matter) that
students can join. Please look to the right side of this web page to find more information
about the Psychology Club.
Psychology is both a natural and a social science concerned with the study of human
behavior, thoughts, and emotions. As such, it is a broad discipline which involves
both pure science and practical application of science to matters of daily living.
Full-Time Psychology Faculty:
Dr. Sandra Moore, Psychology Professor and Department Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Amy Jennings, Psychology Instructor, email@example.com
Psychology Course Offerings:
Psychology 100 General Psychology
Psychology 100H General Psychology Honors
Psychology 102 Personal and Social Adjustment
Psychology 105 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
Psychology 110 Abnormal Psychology
Psychology 111 Developmental Psychology: Lifespan
Psychology 112 Developmental Psychology: Child and Adolescent Psychology
Psychology 118 Human Sexual Behavior
Psychology 141 Introduction to Biological Psychology
Psychology 201 Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences
The Psychology Associate in Arts Degree for Transfer (Psychology AA-T degree) provides
students with an education in the core aspects of Psychology which include research
methods, statistics, biological influences on behavior and mental processes, and major
theoretical perspectives in the discipline. The Psychology AA-T degree prepares students
for transfer to CSU campuses that offer bachelor's degrees in psychology.
Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution and major in Psychology should
consult with a counselor regarding the transfer process and lower division requirements.
The Department of Psychology is a part of the Division of Social Sciences, Human Development and Physical Education.