Associate of Arts

Psychology

The Associate of Arts (AA) degree in Psychology (PSYX) is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of the discipline of psychology.  Courses in psychology emphasize self-understanding and self-evaluation, as well as knowledge of scientific theory and recent data in the field.  Students intending to pursue a bachelor’s degree should consult the requirements of that institution when planning their program of study.

  • Demonstrate familiarity with the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, and basic research methodology of psychology
  • Develop realistic ideas about how to implement their psychological knowledge in a variety of occupational settings in their community
  • Investigate and discuss cross-cultural issues specific to the discipline of psychology
  • Gain practical experience in the application of psychological principles to everyday life situations
General Education Requirements
Credits
Core I Communications (COMX 111 and WRIT 101 and WRIT 201) 9
Core II Mathematics and Science (M 121/145 and PSYX 250) 8
Core III Arts and Humanities 6
Core IV Social Sciences (PSYX 100 & SOCI 101) 7
Core V Native American Studies 3
Core VI Computer Technology 3
Core VII Health (PSYX 182) 3
Total General Education credits required for degree 39
Psychology Program of Study
Credits
NASX 280 NA (Indigenous) Theories & Methods 3
PSYX 105 Careers in Psychology 2
PSYX 230 Developmental Psychology 3
PSYX 233 Adult Development and Aging 3
PSYX 240 Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology 3
*Electives (CAS, HS, PSYX, SOCI, SW) 9
Total Program of Study credits required for degree 23
Total credits required for degree 62

 

*Program Requirements Based On FPCC Courses-All Transfer Students (credits) Will Be Evaluated On An Individual Basis