The Psychology Program is primarily designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year institution to study psychology or a related field.
Why Study Psychology at CSN?
The Associate of Arts Degree in Psychology provides an essential foundation in the theoretical perspective and social science research methods of psychology and provides for the exploration of more specialized topics. Our students can participate in the Psychology Club and the CSN chapter of Psi Beta, the National Psychology Honors Society for two-year institutions. These clubs participate in community service activities and bring in speakers and professionals from the field of psychology for educational talks and networking opportunities.
Psychologist positions typically require a graduate or doctoral degree.
The Associate of Arts in Psychology is primarily designed for students who plan to transfer to a baccalaureate degree level college in psychology or a related field. This degree program offers students an essential foundation in the theoretical perspectives and social science research methods of psychology, as well as options to explore more specialized topics in psychology or closely-related fields.