Psychology transfer pathway

Kaylie Campbell

Kaylie Campbell is a psychology major, volleyball player and member of the intramural staff. She interned at the Preble County Mental Health and Recovery Board in Eaton, Ohio. “Sometimes people would call to make an appointment. Then, they wouldn’t show up for services,” she said. “I want to promote that taking care of your mental health is a normal thing, just like going to the doctor.”
Kaylie’s story.

Transfer in as a junior!

Community college students can follow the Psychology Transfer Pathway and transfer seamlessly to Bluffton. Earn a bachelor’s degree in psychology in two years and take advantage of all that Bluffton has to offer.

Bluffton's Psychology department

When you complete an associate’s degree that includes the psychology transfer pathway, you will transfer as a college junior, with introductory major courses and most general education courses complete, bringing maximum credit from your associate degree.

complete your bachelor’s degree in psychology
in as little as four semesters.

Transfer Pathway to Bluffton University

Bluffton worked with the following community colleges to approve the transfer pathway in psychology:

Associate of Arts

Associate of Science