Faculty Members --- City Park Campus


Mike Majors
Associate Professor of Psychology


Mike Majors is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Delgado Community College in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he has been a full-time instructor since August of 2003. He currently teaches both traditional face-to-face classes and online classes in General Psychology. Mike developed the college’s first online course in General Psychology in the months immediately following Hurricane Katrina to serve Delgado’s displaced students and has continued to teach the course online every semester.

At Delgado Community College, he has served as the Department Chair for Social Sciences and currently serves as webmaster for the Arts & Humanities Division. He has taught both General Psychology and Human Growth & Development at Delgado Community College. In addition, he has several years experience teaching Psychology courses at two-year colleges in Mississippi, Alabama, and South Carolina, where he taught General Psychology, Human Growth & Development, Psychology of Adjustment, Industrial Psychology, and Human Relations.

Mike received an Associate of Science degree in Pre-professional Science from Bevill State Community College, a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Auburn University, and a Master of Science degree in Psychology from Mississippi State University.

He is the author of the Study Guide that is integrated into the textbook that is currently being used at Delgado, Experience Psychology. He has also authored several other Study Guides for Introductory Psychology textbooks, one of which is the current Study Guide that accompanies the tenth edition of Psychology: An Introduction by Benjamin Lahey (McGraw-Hill), one of the most widely used international Introductory Psychology textbooks. He is also part of the team of master teachers that are contributing authors of the PsychSmart textbook for Introductory Psychology from McGraw-Hill.

Mike is a member of the Association for Psychological Science (APS), the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (American Psychological Association Division 2), Psi Chi (the National Honor Society in Psychology), and the United Federation of College Teachers.