Psychology Transfer Pathway
Step 1: Earn your associate degree with the psychology transfer pathway
Community college students who follow the OGTP in Psychology and complete an AA or AS degree can transfer seamlessly to any of the following private four-year colleges and universities in Ohio. These four-year colleges have approved the transfer pathway in psychology so that you will transfer with maximum credit from your associate degree. You will be right on track to complete your bachelor’s degree in psychology in as little as four semesters.
Here are the benefits for you:
- Clarity in the courses you take at Clark State College, and assurance that your courses will transfer smoothly toward the bachelor’s degree in psychology.
- Introductory major courses and most, if not all, general education courses at the four-year private college will be completed from courses taken in your associate degree.
- Transfer as a college junior with maximum credit counting toward the bachelor’s degree.
- Finish your bachelor’s degree in as little as two years, enrolled as a full-time student.
- Transfer advisors at Clark State College and the four-year colleges are working together for your success to guide you every step of the way. Check with a transfer advisor at the college where you plan to transfer, to learn about the application and admission process as well as scholarships and financial aid.
Step 2: Transfer to a four-year private college with maximum credit toward your bachelor’s degree.
Courses in your associate degree and transfer pathway have been approved to transfer with maximum credit toward your bachelor’s degree in psychology. You will transfer as a college junior and can earn your bachelor’s degree in as little as two years.
Talk with a transfer counselor at the college where you plan to transfer, to learn about the application and admission process, as well as scholarships and financial aid.
Four-Year private college psychology transfer programs: