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What jobs are available to someone with a bachelor's degree in psychology?1Cornel2016-07-13 23:33:15
Is it possible to "teach" psychology to high school students with a degreee in psychology? What other jobs are out there with just four years of training?[View Answers]
Can I go back to college to finish a degree?1Adolp2016-07-13 23:33:05
Say, for example, when I was in college I majored in Psychology. While I was in college I took 7 classes in Economics (21 credits). To get a Bachelor's degree in Econ., I need 30 credits. Can I go back to school and take those 3 classes required to earn the degree or do I have to start from scratch? Thanks[View Answers]
What career should I pursue?1charlee2016-07-13 23:32:43
I graduated high school with okay grades, and I am now attending Delaware Community College and I've got amazing grades. But I don't know what I want to do after college. I'm interested in all things history, anthropology, psychology, art history, art and maybe even political science. I really want to travel A LOT and I don't want just any old job I want to do something that will keep me entertained, I'm also interested in film, music, and I love to read. But I just can't pick what i want to do, can someone please help me??? Also, what jobs can a person who majors in Anthropology get??? [View Answers]
Please explain why there are 1-2 pre-req's for a course in graduate programs?1Kieran McCamment2016-07-13 23:32:36
I have a bachelor's in education. I was recently accepted to PENN State for my master's. My initial major was going to be "community and economic development", as I wanted to branch out of education due to the lack of teaching jobs in my area. The pre-req's were ridiculous and I had none of them in my undergrad work. So I looked at getting a master's in my field; education. What I don't understand is (example) say there's a course for "Educational psychology". It has a pre-req of psych 212 (which i never took) and the pre-req for that is psych 100 (which i took). If every class has a pre-req, it will take 5 years for me to get my degree. Why then dont undergrad programs require the classes that will be necessary to further one's education. I just spent 6.5 years in school, I am not about to do that again. It seems like no matter which degree I pick, there appear to be 5-6 extra classes I will need, which will take at least 2 years for me to complete by the time I do take those, then begin the master's. It's like getting another bachelor's degree....crap. :([View Answers]
What jobs should I be looking into, having my Bachelor's Degree in Psychology?1Brooklynn2016-07-13 23:32:28
I understand that there are not too many good jobs for those looking to use their B.A. in Psychology, but I am curious to any suggestions, since I need a job as I complete my pre-med courses.[View Answers]
Becoming a psychiatrist...?1The One2016-07-13 23:31:49
I will be receiving my BA in Psychology next month. I have been considering becoming a psychiatrist instead of a psychologist. I have applied to a masters program (mental health counseling). Can I continue with my masters and take extra courses to become a psychiatrist or would I have to go back and take the necessary courses to apply to medical school? I do not want to waste more time then needed... Does a psychiatrist make much more than a psychologist?[View Answers]
Does it matter where I get my Bachelor degree if I'm going to go on to get a PhD?1feyi2016-07-13 23:31:45
I'll be getting my Associate of Arts in about a year, and I'm taking this time to decide where I want to go for my Bachelor's of Psychology, and maybe even my Master's and PhD. As it is, there is a university about an hour away from me that offers a BA and BS in Psychology, but is a school that is more for Engineering or Physics majors and the like. They don't even have grad programs for Psychology. However, there is a university about three hours away from me that is one of the better universities in the state for Psychology, and has graduate degrees with several different emphasis (like counseling, clinical, or neurological). I think I would prefer to stay close for a little while longer, then maybe even go out of state for a graduate degree, but I don't know if potential employers look at undergraduate degree locations as much as they do graduate. Help?[View Answers]
Masters degree, what next?1stephii2016-07-13 23:30:42
have recently came to UK and I have MSc in Psychology. I have search for job in a different places, but it's seems like everywhere experience is essential. Can anybody tell me where is the best place to continue my search, bearing in mind that I have a little experience?[View Answers]
Psychology vs Bachelor of Science Human Science Major?1Miaka2016-07-13 23:30:40
So I'm trying to get into med school and I want to really push myself to get a 4.0, the great thing about this school and other ones in the province is that there are no prerequisites! Therefore prerequisites is not so much going to be my deciding factor, although if I am applying to other schools, a BSC will come in handy as it will cover most of the prerequisite courses. Anyway, I am interested in both of these majors, and I heard psychology is pretty easy, however my school only offers correspondence (online classes only). This isn't really a problem as I do get distracted quite easily being in class anyway, but a majority of people who praised psychology to be easy did have a teacher which played a HUGE factor in their statement. So now I'm thinking, psychology might not be as easy since I'm doing it correspondence. On the other hand, I am very interested in what Human Science has to offer. However, I have pretty bad ADD in my head and I cannot focus for rats ***, unless I take Adderall. This course contains a lot of biology which would benefit me greatly for med school even if they don't require pre-med. Still, it would mean a lot to me to understand the material beforehand. I like learning about the human body, but when it goes in depth, I become lost immediately then it becomes boring. Therefore, I just know it will be hard for me. So I'm not sure which major to take??? Someone please give me some insight on this![View Answers]
Which SUNY Schools could I get accepted to?1voulez_vous_coucher_avec_moi 2016-07-13 23:30:31
I just finished my first year at a community college with a gpa of 3.3. I plan on transferring after I get my associate's degree. I have one more semester's worth of grades (because I have to apply before March for the fall) and I believe my GPA will be around the same. My major is Psychology. I plan on applying to Stony Brook, Binghamton, New Paltz, Buffalo State, and Oneonta. My gpa is somewhat low because I took 2 college credited courses in High school and got C's but they are still averaged into my grade. Thank you![View Answers]
University Advice?1Dempse2016-07-13 23:30:24
Could someone direct toward a few really good schools that have good programs in the following: 1. Acting 2. Child Psychology 3. Elementary Education 4. Interior Design (Preferably in these states: Texas, New York, California, Pennsylvania, Connecticut?)[View Answers]
Program Choice: Medical/Graduate School options?1Azaria2016-07-13 23:30:17
Hi all, I'm in a bit of a dilemma. I'm going into second year at uni and have a decsion to make a decision about what I want to specialize/major/minor in. My primary aim is medical school. However, I'd like a back-up should that not work out. I've decided on clinical psychology/neuropsychology -- which implies graduate school. The conundrum: do graduate schools prefer you to specialize, or would a double-major suffice?? Currently, I have been set on doing a double major: Neuroscience/Mental Health Studies. Primarily because a Neuroscience specialist (my original program) requires more chemistry than I'd be able to handle - keeping GPA in mind. + I have developed a strong interest in mental health studies , and am now torn between the two. Q: However, having thought about graduate school, would they not prefer a specialization in a program?????? Q: Also, regarding both medical + graduate school, would co-op be a benefit to me should I pursue a specialist ^??[View Answers]
What's a good college in North Carolina where I can get a masters degree in psychology?1curt2016-07-13 23:22:55
I'm in high school at the moment, and I've been trying to decide what I want to do when I'm out of high school and then what career path I will choose. I really want to be a family and marriage counselor, I live in North Carolina and my dad won't pay for out of state tuition (which I can't blame him for, I'm blessed enough to have a dad that's going to pay for my college in general). But what is a good school that I can get a masters degree for that career?[View Answers]
Speech-language pathology degree?1sharee2016-07-13 23:22:53
I am planning on attending Texas Tech next year and I have my heart set on being a speech-language pathologist. Tech has a masters program for speech pathology, but no bachelors degree in it. The website is very vague on what the prerequisites are for getting my masters in speech pathology, so I was wondering what I should major in. Also, Tech only offers linguistics as a minor, not a major. Would it be ok to major in psychology with a minor in linguistics? I am so confused, please help :) Also, any other information on speech pathology would be greatly appreciated, especially from someone who has hands-on experience.[View Answers]
Graduate Program in Men's Studies?1dstny2016-07-13 23:22:36
I'm about to graduate with a bachelor's degree in psychology. I have been searching for a graduate program in men's studies. I looked at the commonly referred to school in Hawaii, but they require multiple years in a professional field before admission, and in the field of psychology, I have to get a masters' and a few more years of training in order to get into the professional field of which they speak. Does anyone know of other schools with graduate programs in Men's Studies? Please note: I did look through previously answered questions before posting this, and did not find what I was looking for.[View Answers]
What Degree Is This Most likley To Get Me?1AQW2016-07-13 23:22:32
Just had a random thought, if hypothetically (not saying I have done this or will) I took in college: 1 Year English Major 1 Year Psychology Major 1 Year Law Major (Law school) 1 Semester American Sign Language With all those courses together, what type of degree would a person have? I know classes vary, so tell me an estimate if one were to follow the usual requires courses. Would they even have any degree at all? Are those majors too different from each other?[View Answers]
If i want to get into medical school, what should I major in?1poe2016-07-13 23:21:25
I hear medical school is more difficult these days, &I want to become a psychiatrist. Is it a good idea to major in psychology in college, or would it be better to major in a science to get into medical school? I heard that a psychology major isn't a big deal]: So what would a good idea be for a major for a psychiatrist? Thanks xoxoxoxoxo[View Answers]
Colleges with ROTC?1Cassie2016-07-13 23:17:51
I want to go to college in Washington or Wisconsin for psychology. Also, I NEED the ROTC program. As of late, I have not been able to find anything... Any ideas or suggestions of a place in Washington State or Wisconsin that offers both of these things? Thanks![View Answers]
If you have a Bachelor's Degree in Public Relations, can you get a Master's in Psychology?0Micaela2014-07-18 18:49:34
Or do you have to get Bachelor's in Psychology first?[View Answers]
Which of these sound like a better choice?0finscience2012-11-06 07:30:13
I can choose between Health and exercise science- sports med Nutrition- dietetics Psychology- counseling Which would you say would be better for the economy/jobs/market and worth it? Also what are some interesting directions you can go with each of these in your opinion?[View Answers]

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