Psychology College Majors and Degree Programs

The field of psychology is already large, but has been growing by leaps and bounds for the last couple of decades. For those interested in the workings of the human mind, either as individuals or organizations, psychology is wide open for any number of careers. Psychology programs focus on the scientific study of individual or collective behavior, and both the physical or environmental basis for such behavior. Aside from general psychology, other fields of psychology study may be contained to subjects like cognitive, developmental/child, social, clinical, community, counseling, educational, environmental, family, forensic, and more. Those interested in studying the mental, emotional, and neurological reasons for why persons or groups behave the way they do should consider a psychology program. Degrees is psychology may lead to careers in the medical, educational, social work, counseling, or even law enforcement fields.

Psychology, General Cognitive Psychology and Psycholinguistics Comparative Psychology Developmental and Child Psychology Experimental Psychology Personality Psychology Physiological Psychology/psychobiology Social Psychology Psychometrics and Quantitative Psychology Psychopharmacology Research and Experimental Psychology, Other Clinical Psychology Community Psychology Counseling Psychology Industrial and organizational Psychology School Psychology Educational Psychology Clinical Child Psychology Environmental Psychology Geropsychology Health/medical Psychology Family Psychology Forensic Psychology Applied Psychology Applied Behavior Analysis Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology, Other Psychology, Other
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