Understanding human psychology can help students unlock the mysteries of their own minds and behaviors – or prepare for careers as therapists, counselors, social workers and teachers.
Who We Are
Anoka-Ramsey’s Psychology Department allows students to experience a variety of psychology disciplines.
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Meet Jennifer Liberty Clark
Meet Yinka Jerry
Degrees We Offer
Courses offered range from Abnormal Psychology to Child and Adolescent Development and Theories of Personality. Courses are designed for easy transfer to many bachelor’s degree programs
The department offers one degree:
Associate of Arts (AA) Degree in Psychology
Also see the Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology offered at Anoka-Ramsey
The American Psychological Association (APA)
The Association for Psychological Science (APS)
Classics in the History of Psychology
Online database containing full text of classic articles in history of Psychology
Meet Our Students and Alumni
Meet Kirsten KennedyKirsten KennedyMnTCAssociate in Arts
"It was so reassuring to know that if I have a question or need help, resources and counseling were always accessible. There were opportunities to participate in clubs and senate for every student. Most important to me was the access and ability to communicate with my instructors when I needed extra help or had a scheduling conflict."
Meet Shannon GlennShannon GlennMnTCAA Psychology Emphasis
“Education shapes the future. It is important for everyone to get an education so we have an educated workforce.”
Meet Nick FerraroNick FerraroMnTCAssociate in Arts
“I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to do with my life until I started taking Journalism classes at Anoka-Ramsey and writing for the school paper. The school’s slogan at the time was, “Anoka-Ramsey: It’s a Great Place to Start.” I still truly believe that.
I excelled in the Journalism and English classes and that gave me the confidence to stay in school and on the right path.
Without the start I received Anoka-Ramsey, I probably would not have finished college. And, with the job market the way it is, a college degree is more important than ever."