WELCOME TO THE PSYCHOLOGY HOME PAGE!
Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Psychology is a fascinating field. Topics of interest include the nervous system, learning and memory, intelligence, language, thought, growth and development, personality, stress/health, psychological disorders, treatments and behavior of people in social settings.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO MAJOR IN PSYCHOLOGY:
To become a psychologist, you must have an advanced degree. However, you will be able to work in psychology-related areas with an associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degree. More importantly, psychology fits well with many other fields. Many of the psychology courses offered at Hill College provide excellent training and skills for employers in any field.
Social & Behavioral Science Dept
Psychology at Hill College
Hill College offers several courses in Psychology. Psyc 2301 or Psyc 2314 fulfill the social/behavioral science requirement in the core curriculum. Psyc 2315 and Psyc 2319 are choices for students majoring in Psychology or can be taken as electives for non-majors.
The Behavioral Science Degree Plan is designed for students transferring to a four-year university, and completion of the program will lead to an Associates of Arts Degree with a major in Psychology, Sociology, or Social Work.
Program Offered in Hill & Johnson Counties and Centers.
Hybrid & Distant Learning Courses (Online format)
(Psychology, Sociology and Social Work)
Associate in Arts
65-67 credit hours
For a complete list of program requirements, please view the catalog online or visit the Hill College Advising Center on the Hillsboro or Johnson County Campuses.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN PSYCHOLOGY
- Clinical Psychologist
- Health Psychologist
- Counseling Psychologist
- Industrial Organizational Psy
- Social Psychologist
- Developmental Psychologist
Child Soc. Work