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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.

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 Associate's degree in Psychology that include 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 at the UW-Casper College program. 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.

Contact Information:

Crystal Sosalla
Academic Assistant
307-268-2368
LH 166
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Diana Quealy-Berge
Department Head
307-268-2590
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  • Diana Quealy-Berge
    • Phone: (307) 268-2590
    • Office: LH 194
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  • Brandon Kosine, Ph.D.
    • Phone: (307) 268-2221
    • Office: LH 175C
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  • John Ordiway
    • Phone: (307) 268-2281
    • Office: LH 175E
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  • Kim Talbott
    • Phone: (307) 268-3068
    • Office: LH 175F
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For information on careers, educational requirements, financial assistance, and licensing in all fields of psychology, contact:

  • American Psychological Association
    Research Office and Education Directorate
    750 1st St. N.E.
    Washington, DC 20002-4242
    Internet: http://www.apa.org/students

For information on careers, educational requirements, certification,

  • National Association of School Psychologists
    4340 East West Hwy., Suite 402
    Bethesda, MD 20814
    Internet: http://www.nasponline.org

Information about State licensing requirements is available from:

  • Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards
    P.O. Box 241245
    Montgomery, AL 36124-1245
    Internet: http://www.asppb.org

Information about psychology specialty certifications is available from:

  • American Board of Professional Psychology, Inc.
    300 Drayton St., 3rd Floor
    Savannah, GA 31401
    Internet: http://www.abpp.org/

Categories of Job Titles Relevant to Psychology Bachelor's Degree Holders

Related to Psychology
Academic advisor
Addiction practitioner
Behavior analyst
Career counselor
Career planning and placement counselor
Case management aide
Case worker
Child care worker
Child protection worker
Community outreach worker
Community support worker
Corrections officer
Counselor aide
Day care center supervisor
Director of volunteer services
Eligibility worker
Employment counselor
Family services worker
Gerontology aide
Group home coordinator
Housing/student life coordinator
Life skill counselor
Mental health technician
Mental retardation unit manager
Parole officer
Political campaign worker
Probation officer
Program manager
Public affairs coordinator
Public relations specialist
Publications researcher
Radio/TV research assistant
Rehabilitation advisor
Residential counselor
Residential youth counselor
Secondary school teacher
Social services assistant
Social services director
Social work assistant
Urban planning research assistant
Veterans advisor 
Related to Business
Administrative assistant
Advertising agent
Advertising trainee
Affirmative action representative
Airline reservations clerk
Bank management
Claims specialist
Customer relations
Customer service representative
Employee counselor
Employee relations assistant
Energy researcher
Events coordinator
Financial researcher
Hotel management
Human relations director
Human resources recruiter
Insurance agent
Insurance claims/underwriter
Intelligence officer
Job analyst
Loan officer
Lobbying organizer
Management trainee
Marketing representative
Marketing researcher
Media buyer
Occupational analyst
Office manager
Personnel worker/administrator
Property management
Public information officer
Sales representative
Small business owner
Staff training and development
Store manager
Technical writer
Warehouse manager
Other Areas
Activity director
Assistant youth coordinator
Camp staff director
College admissions officer
Community organizer
Community recreation worker
Community relations officer
Congressional aide
Crime prevention coordinator
Director of alumni relations
Director of fundraising
Driving instructor
Educational coordinator
Fast food restaurant manager
Foster home parent
Film researcher/copywriter
Historical research assistant
Hospital patient service representative
Juvenile probation officer
Laboratory assistant
Law enforcement officer
Neighborhood outreach worker
Newspaper reporter
Nursing home administrator
Park and recreation director
Private tutor
Research assistant
Security officer
Statistical assistant
Statistical reports compiler
Store manager
Task force coordinator
Teaching
Technical writer
Vocational rehabilitation counselor
Volunteer coordinator
Warehouse manager
Work activity program director
Youth minister
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There are numerous opportunities within the School of Social & Behavioral Sciences at Casper College. The school is comprised of 13 departments including: Addictionology, Anthropology, Communication, Criminal Justice, Economics, Education, History, International Studies, Paralegal Studies, Political Science, Pre-Law, Psychology, and Sociology (which includes Social Work).

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