Associate of Arts in Psychology

Two-Year Program of Study

A psychology associate degree can be a first step if you're planning to pursue further education: anything from baccalaureate-level case work to graduate-level mental health. This degree can help you obtain lower-level human service or technician positions, however, qualifying for those positions depends on your choices and local opportunities.

Special Services and Opportunities

The Department of Psychology and Political Science offers students internships to gain experience in human service settings.

Service and Mutual Interest Organizations

Psi Chi, an honors organization that requires an application to be accepted, offers scholarships and provides students the opportunity to use their psychology skills, while holding leadership positions on campus. An alternative to Psi Chi is, "Psyched-In," an organization that is open to any student interested in Psychology. These two groups are not mutually exclusive, and joining both is a enjoyable way to become more connected in the ENMU psychology community.

Scholarships and Financial Assistance

ENMU is committed to helping students finance their education. Grants, loans, and scholarships are offered University-wide. Additionally, many students work part-time jobs to help finance their education.

Career Services offers job placement assistance to all students.

Classes You'll Take

You can see what courses you'll have to take in the current undergraduate catalog. View the Associate in Psychology degree information.


Gary Bond

Dr. Gary Bond

Professor of Psychology

Office Location: Jack Williamson Liberal Arts (JWLA), Room 127N

Phone: 575.562.2591