Career Options & Highlights
Psychology concerns itself with the study of behavior and mental processes. Part of its appeal and fascination is the fact that it involves both pure science and the practical application of science to matters of everyday life. Those pursuing psychology as a field of study will find many career options centering around helping others understand, predict, and control or modify behavior.
Career options as educators, scientists, consultants, practitioners and mental health professionals with some of the following titles:
Administrator; Behavior Analyst; Childcare Worker; College Professor; College Counselor; Social Services Counselor; Human Services Specialist; Marketing Specialist; Personnel Analyst; Probation Officer; Psychiatric Tech/Aide; Psychologist; Psychometrist; Public Survey; Research Therapist; Training/Development Specialist; Ward Attendant; Youth Supervisor
Some career options may require more than two years of college study.
- Exemplary instructional staff that includes authors and researchers
- Varied course offerings including psychology of women and human sexuality
- Psychology courses complement AA degrees and/or certifications in many other fields: Administration of Justice, Anthropology, Communications Media, Corrections, Early Childhood Education, Human Services, Interdisciplinary Studies, Marketing/Business, Health/Medicine, Consumer Affairs, and the military.
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