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AA Psychology

Associate of Arts - Psychology (64 credits)

The Associate of Arts Degree in Psychology is designed to provide the first two years of study for students who plan to pursue a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. In meeting the requirements of this degree, students will be able to transfer to a four-year college having met normal General Education/Core Curriculum requirements as well as lower division requirements for a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. The requirements below are based on those of the Bachelor of Arts or Science Degree at the University of New Mexico.

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (37):

Communications (9):
ENGL 110 Accelerated Composition 3cr
ENGL 120 Composition III 3cr
Additional Course 3cr - refer to UNM Core Curriculum
Fine Arts (3):
For required courses, refer to UNM Core Curriculum
Humanities (6):
For required courses, refer to UNM Core Curriculum
Mathematics (3):
For required courses, refer to UNM Core Curriculum
Physical & Natural Sciences (7):
For required courses, refer to UNM Core Curriculum
Second Language (3):
For required courses, refer to UNM Core Curriculum
Social and Behavioral Sciences (6):
For required courses, refer to UNM Core Curriculum

PSYCHOLOGY (18):

PSY 105 General Psychology 3cr
PSY 200 Statistical Principles 3cr
Choose four courses from the following (12):
PSY 220, 240, 260, 265 and 271.

ELECTIVES (9):

Elective may be chosen from other Psychology 200 level courses listed under the Core Curriculum requirements in addition to those already taken.

Students interested in the Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology may want to take additional science courses as electives - a science minor is required for this Bachelor's Degree.

AA Psychology

Contact Division / Faculty:

Arts and Sciences Division: (505) 863-7572.

Dr. Stephen Buggie,Professor, Social Science
Phone: (505) 863-7504
Email: buggie@unm.edu

Dr. Ralph Casebolt,Lecturer/Education, Social Science
Phone: (505) 863-7592
Room: GH 1232
Email: rcasebolt@gallup.unm.edu