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Psychology


Welcome to the Division of Social Sciences program of study in Psychology. Georgia Highlands College offers an Associate of Arts degree in Psychology with a broad liberal arts background based on an academic perspective. We are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, commonly referred to as SACS

At Georgia Highlands College, the study of Psychology examines the history and theories that provide a basis for modern psychology, as well as an in depth look at human development, behavior, mental processes, learning, motivation, psychological disorders and treatment.

Our course of study not only emphasizes content knowledge, but also focuses on the development of critical thinking skills that a student can take with him or her and use in various situations throughout a lifetime.

Students and graduates of the program can go on to traditional four-year colleges and universities to obtain baccalaureate degrees. Psychology provides an excellent preparation for careers in education, nursing, social work, criminal justice, and a number of other careers

Psychology Faculty:

NamePrimary CampusOfficePhoneEmail
Debra Conaway Marietta    706-295-6300  dconaway@highlands.edu 
Sean Callahan Marietta  221 Norton Hall  706-295-6300  scallaha@highlands.edu 
Elizabeth Dose Cartersville  325  706-295-6300  edose@highlands.edu 
Donna Mantooth Floyd  F-142  706-368-7617  dmantoot@highlands.edu 
Stephanie Wright Floyd  F-146  706-295-6300  stwright@highlands.edu 

Page last updated: December 13, 2010