What is Psychology?

Psychology is a relatively young social science that concentrates on the study of behavior and mental processes. Psychology provides a solid background in principles and techniques that can enhance work in other social science fields, as well as employment in the fields of education, business, law enforcement, and the health professions. Most career paths in psychology require a bachelor’s degree — and often graduate work.


Psychology Program at EAC

EAC’s program sets you on the right academic path to achieve your goals in becoming a professional in the field of psychology. Our Associate of Arts in Psychology meets the requirements for the first two years of a four-year bachelor’s degree in at Arizona’s public, and many other, universities. You can transfer with junior status after building a strong academic foundation in small classes offered at an extremely affordable tuition cost. You are encouraged to work closely with an academic adviser and consult the official transfer guide to ensure you are on the correct course to maximize course transferability.


Psychology Career Paths
Mental Health
Social Work
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Psychology Associate of Arts (AA)
Preparation for transfer to a bachelor’s program.
4 full-time semesters
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Program Contact
Nan Pennington
Nan Pennington
(928) 428-8350
Admissions Office
(928) 428-8332
(800) 678-3808 x 8332