Courses available in January
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Promoting physical and psychological health
Camosun offers academic psychology and applied psychology in the form of introductory interpersonal relations and counselling courses. We're focused on teaching and helping you gain the knowledge and skills that will make it possible for you to continue with university studies or with a career.
What's an Associate Degree?
An associate degree is a two-year academic program made up of 20 university-level courses. It is a stand-alone provincial credential you can list on your resume, as well as a good option to consider if you plan to continue your education to complete a university degree.
Camosun offers Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees. Because an associate degree programs provide some flexibility with course choices and scheduling, you can study full-time or part-time, and potentially year round.
Camosun's academic advisors are available to help you understand how to choose the right courses to meet your educational goals. With this assistance, you will be able to make informed choices to ensure the courses you select will be usable for the specific university program you'd like to pursue.
- Arts & Science Programs & Subjects
- Psychology subject page
- Arts and Science Studies
- Community, Family & Child Studies
- General Arts
- General Science
- Interprofessional Mental Health and Addictions
- Mental Health & Addictions
- Pre-Social Work
- University Transfer - look at Psychology electives
- Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree
- Two years
- Study Options
- Full-time or part-time
- Work Experience
- Optional co-op or internship
- September, January
- Arts & Science