Earning a bachelor's degree in psychology can prepare you for an interesting career.
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Exploring a Few Careers for Psychology Majors

November 23rd, 2016 by

Military Person with CounselorThere are many ways a degree in psychology can help you prepare for an interesting and rewarding career. If you’re fascinated by the way the human mind works and would like to learn more so you can help others cope with a variety of challenges they face in life, earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology may be the right choice for you.[...] Read More...

Sports Psychology Offers Great Career Paths

May 18th, 2016 by

Athlete   One of the best things in life is a career that you love. If you are interested in psychology, love sports and you want to help others, pursuing a career in sports psychology may be the ideal choice for your career path.[...] Read More...

How a Master’s Degree Helps You Make the Most of a Psychology Career

October 22nd, 2015 by

Psychologist and PatientOne of the most popular undergraduate degrees in the United States is psychology, or the study of the human mind and how it influences human behavior. Psychology is a fascinating area of study, and what is learned in a bachelor’s degree can come in handy in a wide range of industries after graduation.[...] Read More...

Pursue These Careers With a Bachelor’s in Psychology

July 14th, 2015 by

Psychology CareerPsychology is one of the most popular undergraduate degree options for students across the United States and even around the world. Part of its incredible popularity has to do with the interesting subject matter, but it would be a mistake to ignore just how versatile this degree can be.[...] Read More...

Exploring Top Psychology Careers

August 12th, 2014 by

Psychology CareersPsychology is the study of human behavior, brain activity and why we, as humans, do what we do. Such a subject is fascinating for all kinds of people, making psychology one of the most popular degree options at the college level.[...] Read More...

A Closer Look At A Career As A Psychologist

March 12th, 2014 by

It is estimated that about 25 percent of Americans visit a psychologist at some stage during their life. In a high-stress world where people are often faced with situations they find difficult to cope with, the psychologist has become a trusted friend for many people, helping them to better understand their own feelings and the world around them.[...] Read More...