Emphasis Area – Psychology
Psychology is both a science and a profession. Regardless of your specific career plans, a bachelor’s degree in Psychology will develop your critical thinking and interpersonal skills and broaden your understanding of research, ethics, and human behavior.
If you are interested in completing a bachelor’s degree in Psychology you should consider taking 12 credit hours from the courses listed below as part of your AA degree in Liberal Arts.
A bachelor’s degree in Psychology can prepare students for careers in a variety of fields such as:
- Family and social services
- Public relations
- Personnel and labor relations
With a graduate degree in Psychology (MA, MS, PhD, or PsyD), one may pursue a variety of career options such as:
- Human Resources/Organizational Consulting
- Sports Psychology
- Educational Psychology
The American Psychological Association provides additional information on careers and subfields of Psychology.
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