Course code: #ART.PSYC.ADEG
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Camosun College offers an Associate of Arts Degree in Psychology; during the two-year, 20-course program you'll study psychology, English, and a variety of arts courses.
This two-year, 20-course program will give you a biopsychosocial grounding in the study of psychology.
As an associate degree student, you will have access to excellent academic advice; you'll have a definite learning path, but with room to explore along the way.
You'll be well-prepared for success if you choose to continue with further post-secondary studies.
Psychology is a tremendously varied field.
Psychologists can counsel, conduct research, assist businesses, industry and community, study social development, and promote physical and psychological health through careers in private and public practice.
In BC, you must have a doctoral degree in psychology to become a registered psychologist.
Beginning your studies with an associate degree is the perfect way to get a solid foundation in psychology, whether your goal is a graduate degree or a career in a related field.
This AD can also lead to a full block transfer to Royal Roads University's Bachelor of Arts in Professional Communication program.
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Camosun works with a number of distinguished language schools to offer you more ways to meet the English requirement for academic programs.
Completing Academic English Level 7 & EAP Electives (12 weeks) at Global Village Victoria will give you direct entry to College programs.
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Upgrading courses and programs are available to help you gain admission requirements for college and university transfer programs.
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