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Psychology

When you study psychology at Normandale, you’ll have the opportunity to follow the psychology pathway or take specialized psychology courses which will help you build a solid foundation of psychological theory, critical thinking, problem-solving, writing and research skills. 

These core-competency courses are taught by accomplished faculty, with years of experience as researchers, practitioners, and teachers in the field of Psychology. 

You’ll be well prepared for the next step in your education and in your career — ready to pursue your bachelor’s in psychology at one of seven Minnesota State universities.  

Where Will Psychology Take You?

With a 4-year psychology degree, you’ll have a lot of options for your career path. Social services, healthcare, education, business and research are just a few of the areas grads pursue. Going on to earn your Bachelor’s in Psychology is easier if you’ve earned our AA Pathway in Psychology degree. 

You’ll gain marketable skills in problem-solving, critical-thinking, written and interpersonal communication. These are valuable to any employer. 

What Makes Our Psychology Program Unique?

Normandale is one of a select number of community colleges that offers a broad, liberal arts-focused degree in psychology that seamlessly prepares you for your final two years at a Minnesota State university. 

Psychology Degree Benefits

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Psychology Scholarships

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Psychology Program Basics

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