Psychology for Transfer

The Associate in Arts in Psychology for Transfer introduces students to the psychological principles and methodologies used in the scientific study of mental processes and behaviors. Students will acquire the essential foundation and skills necessary to pursue advanced degrees in Psychology, and a wide variety of occupational specializations in the field.

Required Core (9-10 units)

Course Title Units
MAT 106 Introduction to Statistics w/Lab 4
PSY 155 Introduction to Statistical Analysis for the Social Sciences 3
PSY 101 General Psychology 3
PSY 150 Introduction to Research Methods 3

List A (select one): 3-5 units

Course Title Units
BIO 100 Introduction to Biology 4
BIO 101 Introduction to Biology Laboratory 1
PSY 205 Introduction to Biological Psychology 3

List B (select one): 3 or more units

Course Title Units
PSY 201 Life Span Development 3
PSY 215 Social Psychology 3

List C (select one): 3 or more units

Course Title Units
CHD 101 Growth and Development for Early Childhood 3
PSY 110 Personal and Social Adjustment I 3
PSY 115 Human Sexuality 3
PSY 145 Human Relations 3
PSY 210 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 220 Counseling and Interviewing 3

Total Units for the Major: 18-21