Psychology and Sociology



The science of psychology studies human development and behavior throughout the lifespan, learning, thinking and mood states, gender differences, and relationships. Students are introduced to methodology, critical thinking, and application of psychological principles to everyday life. Career paths offer students a wide selection of occupations including neuropsychology, clinical practice, research, teaching, industrial/ organizational and communications. Psychology majors may choose between an associate of arts or an associate of science degree.


Sociology is the study of groups, behavior and society. Sociological issues include culture, critical analyses of major social institutions, race and ethnicity, gender and age, human sexuality, deviance and crime, groups and interaction, population and the environment, theories and the scientific method. Career paths offer students many opportunities in government, business, academia, law enforcement, communications, research, and medical and gerontological occupations.

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