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Psychology

Associate in Art

 

Psychology

Living in a high-stress society leads to an array of mental, social and relationship problems. If you have a passion for helping people get through their tough times, then this is the program for you! Our Psychology option explores psychology, human behavior and contemporary societal studies. Students are exposed to liberal arts studies, interpersonal skills, creativity, civic awareness and diversity of though and people. Studies include a variety of academic disciplines and modes of inquiry.

Our Psychology option prepares students for advanced studies or specialization at a 4-year institution. Students who obtain an Associate’s Degree may pursue careers such as, but not limited to, correctional officer, home care aide, social work assistant, psychiatric nursing aide and psychiatric technician.

 

 

 

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SPOTLIGHT

 

Alyanna Cruz

"Salem Community College offers the best support system for those who need it. The faculty and staff went the extra mile to assist me and reach my educational goals."

-- Alyanna Cruz, graduating class of 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRANSFER

Students have successfully transferred to:

  • Chamberlin University
  • Rowan University
  • Rutgers University
  • Stockton University
  • Wilmington University

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CAREER

Students who complete the Social Science – Psychology, Associate of Art program and go on to earn a bachelor degree may find employment in occupations such as:

  • Regulatory Affairs Managers
  • Compliance Managers
  • Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors
  • Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors
  • Mental Health Counselors
  • Rehabilitation Counselors
  • Child, Family, and School Social Workers
  • Healthcare Social Workers
  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers
  • Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary
  • Psychiatric Aides


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YOUR DEGREE COST AND COURSES

First Semester

Course Code Course Name Credits Fee Tuition Total
ENG101 English Composition I 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
HIS101 Western Civilization I 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
PSY101 General Psychology 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
HUM-ELEC Humanities Elective 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
MAT-ELEC-3CR 3 Credit Math Elective 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
Subtotal: $2,850.00*

* - Subtotal is cost before any anticipated financial aid is applied.

 

Second Semester

Course Code Course Name Credits Fee Tuition Total
ENG102 English Composition II 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
HIS102 Western Civilization II 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
PSY111 Human Growth and Development 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
SOC101 Introduction to Sociology 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
MAT-ELEC-4CR 4 Credit Math Elective 4 $0.00 $760.00 $760.00
Subtotal: $3,040.00*

* - Subtotal is cost before any anticipated financial aid is applied.

 

Third Semester

Course Code Course Name Credits Fee Tuition Total
ENG202 Introduction to Speech Communication 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
PSY212 Educational Psychology and Assessment 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
HUM-ELEC Humanities Elective 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
SCI-ELEC Science Elective 4 $0.00 $760.00 $760.00
SOC-ELEC Social Science Elective 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
Subtotal: $3,040.00*

* - Subtotal is cost before any anticipated financial aid is applied.

 

Fourth Semester

Course Code Course Name Credits Fee Tuition Total
POL102 American Government 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
PSY211 Abnormal Psychology 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
HUM-ELEC Humanities Elective 3 $0.00 $570.00 $570.00
SCI-ELEC Science Elective 4 $0.00 $760.00 $760.00
Subtotal: $2,470.00*

* - Subtotal is cost before any anticipated financial aid is applied.

 

Total Program Cost: $11,400.00*

* - Tuition is based on the current in-county rate.

** - Elective tuition and fees may vary depending upon actual course selection.