According to the American Psychological Association a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology may help students develop versatile knowledge including using the scientific method to evaluate information and formulate solutions.
Choosing a major can sometimes feel like you’re limiting your career options. We wanted to show you that that isn’t necessarily the case. These five graduates all majored in psychology and yet took completely different career paths post-graduation. Check out where they went after college and how they applied their psychology majors to their jobs.
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There are different types of degrees in psychology you can choose to pursue a career in this field, such as a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of science degree. You can also earn a master’s degree in psychology or at the doctoral level, you can decide between a PhD or a Doctor of Psychology, or PsyD.