The B.S. in Psychology prepares students for a successful career or graduate study in psychology and related fields. The program prepares professionals who can demonstrate the critical thinking, decision-making, and general application skills necessary for ethical and competent performance in human services occupations. Students learn to apply current psychological principles to practical problems in the workplace and everyday life.
Graduates go on to work in psychology, child care, counseling, law enforcement, research, and social work. Jobs include social worker, clinical coordinator, child care provider, career counselor, recruiter, and police officer.
These are some of the classes for students in this academic program:
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