PSYCHOLOGY

General Description
PRE-BACCALAUREATE ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE - AREA OF CONCENTRATION IN PSYCHOLOGY

NOTICE: CCGA 1101, the College Success Seminar, is a 2 credit hour requirement for all first-time, full-time, degree seeking students, but is suggested for all CCGA students. Students must enroll in CCGA 1101 during their first semester at the college. Credit for this course is institutional credit only and does not apply toward graduation.

Program Curriculum
Area A - Essential Skills
Course
Description
6 Credit Hours
English Composition I
3
English Composition II
3
Area A continued
Math 1001 or Math 1111 - Recommended for most students.
Students sufficiently advanced in math skills may elect to take the Math 1113. Both Precalculus and Survey of Calculus are 4 credit hour courses. The fourth hour will be counted in Area F.
Course
Description
3 Credit Hours
Quantitative Skills and Reasoning
3
College Algebra
3
Precalculus
4
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
4
Survey of Calculus
4
Area B - Institutional Options
Course
Description
2 Credit Hours
Introduction to Communication
2
Area B continued
Course
Description
2 Credit Hours
Computer Concepts
3
French
3
Introduction to Human Geography
3
Global Issues
2
German
3
Introduction to International Relations
3
Introduction to Sociology
3
Spanish
3
Area C - Humanitites/Fine Arts
Course
Description
3 Credit Hours
World Literature I
3
World Literature II
3
Area C continued
Course
Description
3 Credit Hours
Art Appreciation
3
Art History I
3
Art History II
3
Fundamentals of Speech Communication
3
World Literature I
3
World Literature II
3
French
3
German
3
Music Appreciation
3
Introduction to Philosophy
3
Introduction to Ethics
3
Spanish
3
Theatre Appreciation
3
Area D - Science
Students may choose any two courses from the lab sciences listed below.
Course
Description
8 Credit Hours
Astronomy of the Solar System
4
Stellar and Galactic Astronomy
4
Principles of Biology I
4
Principles of Biology II
4
Plants and Society
4
Introductory Chemistry
4
Survey of Chemistry I
4
Survey of Chemistry II
4
Principles of Chemistry I
4
Principles of Chemistry II
4
Physical Geology
4
Historical Geology
4
Survey of Physics
5
Introductory Physics I
4
Introductory Physics II
4
Area D - Math
Math 2112 - Recommended for most students.
Course
Description
3 Credit Hours
Trigonometry
3
Survey of Calculus
4
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
4
Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
4
Logic
3
Probability and Statistics
3
Area E - Social Sciences
Course
Description
3 Credit Hours
American Government
3
Area E continued
Course
Description
3 Credit Hours
U.S. History I
3
U.S. History II
3
Area E - Social Sciences Electives
Course
Description
6 Credit Hours
Introduction to Anthropology
3
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
Principles of Microeconomics
3
Introduction to Human Geography
3
World Civilization I
3
World Civilization II
3
U.S. History I
3
U.S. History II
3
Introduction to International Relations
3
Introduction to Sociology
3
Introduction to Social Problems
3
Area F - Required Courses
Course
Description
6 Credit Hours
Introduction to General Psychology
3
Introduction to Human Development
3
Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
3
Area F - Electives
Course
Description
12 Credit Hours
Introduction to Anthropology
3
Art Appreciation
3
Art History I
3
Art History II
3
Astronomy of the Solar System
4
Stellar and Galactic Astronomy
4
Principles of Biology I
4
Principles of Biology II
4
Plants and Society
4
Introductory Chemistry
4
Survey of Chemistry I
4
Survey of Chemistry II
4
Principles of Chemistry I
4
Principles of Chemistry II
4
Fundamentals of Speech Communication
3
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
Principles of Microeconomics
3
World Literature I
3
World Literature II
3
French
3
Introduction to Human Geography
3
Physical Geology
4
Historical Geology
4
German
3
World Civilization I
3
World Civilization II
3
U.S. History I
3
U.S. History II
3
Trigonometry
3
Survey of Calculus
4
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
4
Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
4
Logic
3
Probability and Statistics
3
Music Appreciation
3
Introduction to Philosophy
3
Introduction to Ethics
3
Survey of Physics
5
Introductory Physics I
4
Introductory Physics II
4
Introduction to International Relations
3
Introduction to Sociology
3
Introduction to Social Problems
3
Spanish
3
Theatre Appreciation
3
Area G - Physical Education
Course
Description
2 Credit Hours
Activity Courses
1
Activity Courses
1
Activity Courses
1.5
Activity Courses
1.5
Lecture Courses
2
College Success Seminar
College Success Seminar
2
Total Required for Graduation
62