Associate of Arts, Core Curriculum- Psychology Advising Pathway
Psychology offers a wide variety of career options for those interested in human and animal behavior. Some psychologists provide counseling (for example, marriage counseling, substance abuse counseling, child and/or adolescent counseling, or general counseling services), while others work for government agencies, schools, colleges, universities, or businesses. Those who work for the government may specialize in statistical analysis, survey design, testing procedures, or specialties related to law enforcement. In schools, colleges and universities, some psychologists teach and perform scientific research, while others counsel students. Psychologists working for businesses and corporations are likely to work in human resources departments, or in a human relations specialty.