This degree is appropriate for students who wish to develop a set of applied scientific and human relations skills that will prepare them for entry-level employment in a wide range of government and private human service organizations and agencies as well as in business and industry.
In addition, the degree provides preparation for students entering post-graduate studies in psychology or a professional school in business, human services, law, or the social sciences.
The psychology program prepares graduates for a variety of jobs, including:
- Chemical Dependency Advocate
- Child Care Worker
- Child Protection Worker
- Community Service Coordinator
- Crime Prevention Coordinator
- Group Home Coordinator
- Instructor, Handicapped Adult Program
- Juvenile Prevention Program Coordinator
- Occupational Information Developer