1st row: Andy Tix, Jay Anderson, Korinne Cikanek, Sam Sarahbi
2nd row: Sue Peters, Bridget Reigstad, Jessica Strayer, Jennifer Rae
3rd row: Jamie Peterson, Jenny Martin, Stacey Peterson
Psychology is the scientific inquiry into human behavior and mental processes. Psychology recognizes the complexity of these issues and endeavors to utilize both environmental and biological evidence in order to explore, explain, and understand them.
The members of the Psychology Department are committed to providing a solid foundation in core psychological areas. We believe in a rigorous quality education that provides learning opportunities on multiple levels.
- Liberal arts courses for A.A. degree completion
- Psychology courses for specialized degrees
- Bachelor's degree preparation
Our curriculum provides a broad range of entry- and intermediate-level courses that will enhance the liberal arts preparation for students working toward the A.A. degree at Normandale, as well as for students transferring to four-year institutions, whether or not they major in psychology.
Our courses offer relevant preparation for various specialized programs at Normandale, such as Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Law Enforcement and Business.