Although the most common career goal for undergraduate psychology students is to become a psychologist or counselor, there are many career paths you can pursue with a degree in psychology! Students pursuing an Associate of Arts Degree with an emphasis in Psychology at Cisco College will gain a solid understanding of the field and will be well positioned to transfer and earn a Bachelor's Degree from a four-year institution. Many students who graduate with a Bachelor's degree in psychology enter the workforce as specialists or technicians in human and social services, or education. Please see the Cisco College Course Catalog for detailed course information.
What Can This Program Do For You
Potential Career Paths
- Case Manager
- Rehabilitation Specialist
- Psychiatric Technician
- Human Resource Manager
- Business Administrator
- School Counselor
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