Psychology - Associate of Arts (Major Code - PSY)
The Psychology Associate of Arts degree is intended for students interested in education, medicine, law, social work, business, or in human services such as mental health, nursing, child care, and criminal justice. It is also designed for transfer to university programs in psychology. To ensure seamless transfer, students must develop their specific program of study in close coordination with a Cochise College advisor.
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (AGEC-A) 35 CREDITS
Composition 6 credits
Mathematics 3-5 credits
|MAT 142||College Mathematics**||
| ||or higher (3-5 credits)||
Laboratory Sciences 8 credits
Arts 3 credits
Humanities 3 credits
Social and Behavioral Sciences 6 credits
General Education Electives 4-6 credits
General education electives must be chosen from the general education list. See www.cochise.edu/AGEC.
Six credits of arts, humanities, social and behavioral sciences, or general education electives must be chosen from the current listing of intensive writing courses. See www.cochise.edu/AGEC.
LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT 0-16 CREDITS
Non-English language second- or fourth-semester proficiency
University non-English language requirements vary. Check with your advisor.
CORE CURRICULUM 13 CREDITS
|PSY 101||Introduction to Psychology**||
|PSY 250||Introduction to Psychological Research, Measurements and Statistics***||
|PSY 290||Experimental Psychology**||
Select one of the following (3 credits):
ELECTIVES (AS NEEDED TO COMPLETE 64 CREDITS)
Elective courses must be transferable to the university or universities to which the student plans to transfer. See www.aztransfer.com.
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 64 CREDITS