AA in Psychology

The 69-hour Associate of Arts degree in Psychology at Cincinnati Christian University develops student understanding of the scientific principles of the social sciences including research design, methodology and statistical analysis. Students are able to critically evaluate empirical support for psychological findings and understand how psychology can be applied to strengthen the individual and community. Additionally, students in this program understand the relationship between psychology and Biblical teaching, appreciate the diversity and uniqueness of the individual and develop a compassionate character and desire to serve others.

Degree Requirements Biblical & Theological Studies Core (18 hrs) - BSOT 100 Old Testament Introduction (3 hrs) - BSNT 100 New Testament Introduction (3 hrs) - BSEG 101 Christian Belief & Practice I (3 hrs) - BSOT 300 Old Testament Teachings & Perspectives (3 hrs) - BSNT 300 New Testament Teachings & Perspectives (3 hrs) - BSNT 480 Bible & Culture Seminar (3 hrs) Arts & Sciences Core (24 hours) - ENGL 110 College English I (3 hrs) - ENGL 111 College English II (3 hrs) - HIST 230 History of the Restoration Movement (3 hrs) - MATH 240 Statistics (3 hrs) - PSYC 110 Introductory Psychology (3 hrs) - SPCH 110 Public Speaking (3 hrs) - Humanities Elective (3 hrs) - Natural Science Elective (3 hrs) Psychology Major (24 hrs) - PSYC 150 Theories of Psychotherapy (3 hrs) - PSYC 220 Developmental Psychology (3 hrs) - PSYC 240 Research in the Behavioral Sciences I (3 hrs) - PSYC 285 Social Psychology (3 hrs) - PSYC 480 Psychology & The Bible Seminar (3 hrs) - Psychology Electives (12 hrs)