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Psychology

Psychology

Study behavior and mental processes

 

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Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. This degree is designed for students interested in an introduction to the field of psychology and for students looking to further their understanding of the biological, psychological, and environmental influences on human behavior.


Degrees and Certificates
  • PSYCH1 - General Psychology
  • PSYCH2 - Research Methods in Psychology
  • PSYCH2L - Research Methods in Psychology Lab
  • PSYCH3 - Psychology of Sexuality
  • PSYCH11 - Life Span Development
  • PSYCH20 - Biological Psychology
  • PSYCH30 - Social Psychology
  • PSYCH33 - Personal Growth and Adjustment
  • PSYCH38 - Abnormal Psychology

Transfer Opportunities

The Associate in Arts in Psychology for Transfer at College of the Redwoods allows students to transfer seamlessly to a bachelor’s degree program at a CSU. Students with BAs in psychology find jobs in administrative support, public affairs, education, business, sales, service industries, health, the biological sciences and computer programming.

For the full list of CSUs accepting this transfer degree, check out  www.adegreewithaguarantee.com

 
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Michelle Haggerty

Michelle Haggerty

"Psychology is a discipline that is ever evolving, based on how we can examine the human experience. I try to model a curious and critical analysis of the discipline for students. My current interests in Psychology include Neuroplasticity, the biological and evolutionary bases for behavior, creativity and psychology, and sex and gender."

Phil Freneau

Phil Freneau

"College programs should be models of healthy, safe, and positive environments for students and should foster the development of positive self-esteem."

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 Peter Blakemore, Dean

 Gussie Solem, Administrative Secretary
 707-476-4211
 math&sciences@redwoods.edu

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