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Psychology - 62 credits

The Psychology program is designed to provide basic education in psychology and the mental health professions for students pursuing entry level mental health professions or transfer to a mental health baccalaureate program.

Graduates will be able to:

Demonstrate the ability to examine, investigate, and interpret a variety of concepts concerned with the study of the social life of human groups and individuals.

Find, comprehend, and synthesize social science research from original sources.

Articulate and apply two counseling techniques from personality theories in mock counseling scenarios.

Recognize the importance of human diversity and explain the relevance of this concept to the science and practice of psychology.

Plan of Study
1st Year Fall Semester
AIS 100 Intro to AIS 3
GS 115 Freshman Seminar 1
PSYX 100 Gen Psychology 3
PSYX 120 Intro to Psych Research 3
SOCL 176 Race & Gender 3
WRIT 101 College Writing I 3
Total 16
1st Year Spring Semester
BIOL 151 Gen Biology/Lab 4
HMS 210 Pharmacology of Addict. 3
PSYX 225 Social Psychology 3
WRIT 201 College Writing II 3
Elective 3
Total 16
2nd Year Fall Semester
AIS 150/155 Nakoda/A'ani nin I Lang 3
M 121 College Algebra 4
PSYX 230 Developmental Psych. 3
SP 110 Public Speaking 3
Total 13
2nd Year Spring Semester
PSYX 240 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSYX 248 Domestic Violence 3
PSYX 285 Psychology of Personality 3
Elective Humanities or Fine Art 3
Elective 3
Total 15
Total Credits for Degree: 60

Note: If placement tests scores indicate refresher classes are needed, the student's program will require more than two years to complete.

 

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