Announcing College of Marin and ASU's Universal Articulation Partnership
Arizona State University and College of Marin reaffirms the combined commitment to student success with the newly established Universal Articulation agreement. With a focus on academic preparedness, collaborative support and term-to-term persistence, students are ensured a smooth transition to the university and the support necessary for student success. Through MyPath2ASU™ students are able to take the steps needed to successfully plan their transfer to ASU while working towards their degree at College of Marin.
The College of Marin MyPath2ASU™ transfer experience is available to students and staff that support them. Diverse MyPath2ASU™ degree options can be tailored based on College of Marin needs (within ASU degree requirements).
Established in 1926, College of Marin remains committed to educational excellence, providing equitable opportunities, and fostering success for all members of its diverse community. With campuses in Kentfield and Novato, students of all ages have affordable access to an exciting variety of credit and noncredit courses as well as community education classes for lifelong learning. College of Marin is one of 116 public community colleges in California and more than 9,000 credit, noncredit, and community education students enroll annually.
College of Marin is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commercial Boulevard, Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, (415) 506-0234, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education.
College of Marin MyPath2ASU™ degree spotlight
Psychology is the scientific study of human behavior. This diverse field includes mental health and counseling as well as child development, neuroscience and brain function, memory and decision-making, behavior analysis, statistics and more. It also crosses over into other disciplines such as medicine, law, business and economics.
This BA program in psychology — emphasizing critical thinking and reasoning, quantitative research methods and writing — goes beyond the classroom, adding practical experiences through internships, service-learning and faculty-supervised research. This psychology program gives you unique undergraduate research opportunities to study human behavior, neuroscience, and much more.
Locations of study:
Online, West, ASU@Lake Havasu, ASU Local