Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. An understanding of the innerworkings of the human mind can change the way we approach life and view the world to increase our quality of life through behavior modification. Most students taking psychology courses at Kish do so because a background in psychology is a very useful supplement to study in their major field or discipline. Others see an opportunity for personal growth and development.
If you’re planning on studying psychology at a 4-year institution, you can start with us and:
- Develop a psychological mindset including critical thinking, self-reflection and the ability to cope with stressors
- Earn an associate degree and prepare to transfer to a 4-year institution
- Complete your general education requirements
- We’re your first step in preparing to transfer for a degree in psychology.
- Psychology majors with a bachelor’s degree may find employment in a wide range of settings. To be considered a psychologist, however, additional work at the graduate level is usually required.
- A bachelor’s degree in psychology is a great foundation for a career in
- For more information regarding careers in psychology, please visit the American Psychological Association.
- Early planning for a psychology degree can make a difference.
- Students thinking about transferring after Kish to pursue a degree in psychology are encouraged to speak with their academic advisor as early as possible.
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