Psychology & Human Services Programs

Earning a Psychology degree will prepare individuals to analyze, support, change, understand, and improve other people's lives. A Psychology degree will qualify gradates for psychologist positions in many different areas such as clinical, health, counseling, school, experimental or research, and forensic

Psychology degrees are available at bachelor's, master's and doctorate levels. To become a practicing psychologist, you are required to earn a license. Earning a degree and license in counseling is another route people can take if they want to provide support, therapy, and rehabilitation to people in need.

Schools offering  Psychology & Human Services Programs

  • Intercoast College

    Sample Programs Offered
    • Alcohol & Drug Counseling Studies
  • Keiser University

    Sample Programs Offered
    • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
    • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Online Only)
    • Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • UMassOnline

    Sample Programs Offered
    • Certificate in Gerontology
    • Certificate in Gerontology - Management of Aging Services
    • Graduate Certificate in Evaluation Research