Psychology & Criminal Justice

Psychology & Criminal Justice

Psychology

The Psychology courses partially fulfill the requirements within the college's General Education coursework. They also help to develop academic abilities that will serve in many different career and academic paths, including preparing a student for upper division coursework at a four-year transfer institution.


Criminal Justice

The Criminal Justice courses provide a foundation and preparation for students to continue on to a higher level degree in criminal justice or other associated social science, legal, and political science areas.

OTC has an articulation agreement with Missouri Southern State University, which allows students completing the Associate of Arts (AA) degree with an emphasis in Criminal Justice direct admission into any of their Criminal Justice majors.  Other area four-year institutions also accept for transfer the OTC Criminal Justice coursework.

 

Psychology & Criminal Justice Faculty

Linda S. Caldwell, Ph.D.
Department Chair - Psychology & Criminal Justice
Dr. Christie Cathey
PSY Instructor
Natalie Cook
Dual Credit Instructor
Stephanie Davenport
PSY Instructor
Dr. John Gambon
PSY Instructor
Phyllis Garrison
Dual Credit Instructor
Eloise Thomas
PSY Instructor
Shayne Thompson
Dual Credit Instructor