LA&S Psychology AS64
This program provides students who plan to transfer to a bachelor-level program with a comprehensive foundation of psychology courses, as well as a liberal arts background. The Psychology Internship allows students to gain direct experience in work settings related to a variety of psychology careers. Students interested in advanced degrees in clinical psychology or in academic research in psychology will find this program a good way to begin exploring the field while meeting general education requirements for transfer to four-year colleges.
- Write clearly and effectively, particularly regarding topics of research in psychology
- Demonstrate an ability to use technology as an aid to learning and in the field of psychology
- Demonstrate an ability to apply critical thinking skills
- Articulate similarities and differences among major theoretical models
- Differentiate the application of various theoretical models
- Explore psychology with regard to diverse symptoms and behaviors in a socio-cultural context.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the principles and theories of scientific psychology, particularly the methods of social science research used in this field
- Demonstrate an understanding of the different mental disorders defined in the DSM-IV-TR.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the developmental process and the research methods used to study it.
- Graduates will transfer to Psychology programs with full junior status.
- Successfully complete 10 out of 10 SUNY General Education categories
- Students will use traditional and contemporary information technology.
- Students will identify, access, and appropriately use authoritative sources of information.