NWCCD 2008-09 Catalog 
    
    Aug 19, 2018  
NWCCD 2008-09 Catalog [This is an Archived Catalog.]


Social Science - Psychology AS



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A major in Social Science offers a broad based degree that can lead to a variety of careers in government, business or international relations.

The Social Science program at Sheridan College is designed to provide the student with core knowledge in such areas as Anthropology, Sociology, Political Science and Geography.

Students will explore such areas as the scientific method ranging from comprehending reality at the abstract theoretical level, to concrete data collecting.

All classes at Sheridan College and Gillette College are relatively small, which allows the students considerable interaction with the instructor and plenty of opportunities to ask questions.

Students have the option of pursuing an Associate of Science or Arts degree in Social Science. The degree programs are designed to prepare students to transfer to a four-year institution or to enter the workforce.

Sheridan College and Gillette College also offers a Psychology major at the Associate degree level. Psychology overlaps with other sciences that investigate behavior and mental processes. Certain parts of the field share much with the biological sciences.

Much like the Social Science degree, the Psychology degree is designed to act as a transfer degree for students who wish to move on and pursue a Bachelor’s degree.

For more information about NWCCD:

Sheridan College
Admissions Office

307-674-6446 ext 2002
800-913-9139 ext 2002
admissions@sheridan.edu

Gillette College
Admissions Office
307-686-0254 ext 1401
800-913-9139 ext 1401
admissions@sheridan.edu

Suggested Course of Study for A.S. Degree-Psychology

Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Total Degree Credit Hours: 65


Footnote


Program Electives:

  • Students should choose at least six credit hours of SOC courses or at least six credit hours of ANTH courses.
  • Students should choose at least six credit hours of 2000-level PSYC courses.

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