Pursue research-oriented careers that may require graduate level training such as experimental psychology, human factors, neuroscience, social and personality, quantitative, clinical psychology, and psychiatry and the medical field.
This degree requires additional psychology coursework and hands-on experience in research methods and statistics. Emerge from this program prepared for competitive research-oriented graduate training and careers.
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I love learning about the ways people believe the mind works and what it means for everyday life, progress in society and how it can be applied to helping others.
Dave B. Gloucester County, NJ