What will I learn?
Curious why people do what they do? Students in the psychology program explore a broad range of psychological fields, including child development, abnormal behavior, human social functioning, the study of the brain, and research methods.
They also engage in an array of assignments and activities designed to bring course concepts to the real world, including writing case studies of abnormal behavior, engaging in child observations, and performing an original research study.
People who study psychology most often become employed in the helping professions such as counseling, social work and therapy.
Associate of Science
This program emphasizes study in psychology as well as general education requirements. Completion of an Associate of Science degree in psychology can prepare students to transfer into the junior year of a bachelor of science degree program.
Available at the Cheyenne main campus, Laramie campus (ACC) and online.
What can I do with this degree?
Employment in psychology typically requires at least a master's degree. LCCC graduates will need to continue at a four-year institution in counseling, social work, or psychology.
Graduates may work as counselors, social workers, marriage and family therapists, clinical psychologists, and school psychologists. Some individuals with degrees in psychology go on to teach and perform research at colleges and universities.
Career Resources: Visit LCCC's Career Center to explore resources for selecting a program pathway and career/job data.
Cost of Attendance
For general college expense, students view LCCC’s tuition and fees Web page. Students in this program do not typically incur additional expenses.