Psychology Transfer Pathway Curriculum

This curriculum is accurate for 2019-2020 fall starts. Go here for 2018-2019 Psychology Transfer Pathway AA curriculum.

SEMTERMCOURSE NO.COURSE TITLECREDITSCLASS HOURS
PER WEEK
1FallENGL1410Composition I33
1FallGSDV1400Individualized Degree Planning11
1FallMNTC Goal 1Oral Communication33
1FallMNTC Goal 3Natural Science (requires 1 lab)
  • Minimum 1 Biology course strongly recommended
44
1FallPHED ELECTIVEWellness Elective11
1FallPSYC1445General Psychology33
   Semester Total1515
2SprENGL1420Composition II33
2SprITEC1440Beginning Personal Computer I22
2SprMATH1420 or
MATH1445
College Algebra or
Introduction to Statistics
33
2SprMNTC Goal 3Natural Science (requires 1 lab)
  • Minimum 1 Biology course strongly recommended
33
2SprMNTC Goal 6Humanities (minimum 2 disciples)33
2SprPSYC1405Life Span Psychology33
   Semester Total1717
3FallMNTC Goal 6Humanities (minimum 2 disciples)33
3FallMNTC Goal 7Human Diversity33
3FallMNTC Goal 8Global Perspective33
3FallMNTC Goal 10People and the Environment33
3FallPSYC1410 or
PSYC2436
Abnormal Psychology or
Psychology of Addictions
33
   Semester Total1515
4SprGENERAL ELECTIVEGeneral Elective33
4SprMNTC Goal 6Humanities (minimum 2 disciples)33
4SprMNTC Goal 9Ethic and Civic Diversity33
4SprPSYC2330Statistics for Behavioral Sciences45
   Semester Total1314
   Program Total6061

Note: AAS degrees must have Gen. Ed. courses from three goal areas and AS degrees from six goal areas of the MN Transfer Curriculum.

Visit with advisor or refer to Degree Audit Report for elective options.

This course sequence is an example.