We all use the principles of psychology everyday and probably don't even realize it. When we get nervous right before we have to give that big speech, we are activating our autonomic nervous system. When we talk to ourselves in our heads, telling ourselves to "calm down," "work harder," or "give up," we are utilizing cognitive approaches to change our behaviors and emotions.
Courses are designed to give you a general idea of what psychology is, how information is developed, what we have learned about ourselves, and how psychology is applied to help improve people's lives. You can get a better idea of how psychology works; from basic theories and principles to the actual application of psychological techniques.
Transfer Degree: Associate in Arts and Science - with preparation for Psychology Transfer
Designed to provide students with a broad liberal arts background of study during their first and second years of college with an emphasis on psychology. The state's two-year and four-year schools developed transfer agreements that allow students from a community college to transfer at least 90 credits (60 semester credits) to a four-year college or university. The degrees satisfy some - or all - general requirements for a bachelor's degree.
As a student at SCC, you will have the opportunity interact directly with our outstanding, award-winning faculty who are interested in your education goals. Our faculty are available to answer your questions.
Dr. Diana Knauf (Psychology) | Faculty Web Page
Office 5385, (206) 546-4656, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Don Christensen (Psychology) | Faculty Web Page
Office 5380, (206) 546-5885, email@example.com
Robert Thompson (Psychology) | Faculty Web Page
Office 5317, (206) 546-4678, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Vanessa Hemovich
Dr. Peter Sparks