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Psychology is among the most popular academic programs, both at Casper College and nationwide. The reason is simple: It’s a wide ranging field that explores one of the world’s most fascinating subjects — behavior and mental processes. It’s also a pre-professional area with countless potential career opportunities.

Many students choose psychology as a major or minor field of study because they want to pursue eventual graduate training in psychology or a related field. Others want to show employers that they are interested in people and interpersonal skills. Still others find that psychology is an excellent complement to majors such as addictionology, sociology, social work, biology, health professions, business and communicating arts.

Degree info

For requirements and more information about this program, view its listing in the course catalog:

Why study psychology at Casper College?

At Casper College, you work with professors who are experienced scholars, practitioners, and researchers. Small classes, hands-on experience and personal attention ensure you receive a quality education. Casper College’s Psychology faculty and course offerings are among the best that a community college can offer.

Casper College offers an associate's degree in psychology that includes core courses in psychological research as well as content areas such as human sexuality, forensic, developmental, biological, social and clinical psychology. Casper College also offers an addictionology degree that combines courses in psychology and addictionology. Our degree in psychology also gives you the foundation to teach high school psychology.

Casper College psychology graduates succeed at high levels in bachelor's degree programs and can even continue for the bachelor's degree in psychology through the University of Wyoming at Casper. Our graduates have an excellent record of being placed in master's and doctoral programs in psychology and related programs such as counselor education. Whatever their career choices, our students think highly of their experiences with the psychology program at Casper College.

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Department of Psychology/Addictionology programs:

Contact

Academic Assistant, School of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Office: LH 166
307-268-2368
Dean, School of Social and Behavioral Science
Office: LH 166
307-268-2221

Faculty

Diana Quealy-Berge,  Ph.D. WY LAT/LPC
Department Head

307-268-2590
LH 194

John Ordiway, MS, LPC, LAT, CBIST
307-268-2281
LH 175E

Kim Talbott, MS
307-268-3068
LH 175F