The Bachelor’s in Psychology degree program provides students with education in research methodology, where they will then learn research strategies and methods of data analysis. Psychologists seeks to understand, predict and influence behavior through research into a wide range of issues which affect human functioning, including social, psychological, developmental, cognitive and emotional factors. These areas prepare graduates for jobs in medicine, business, mental health, psychology, and much more. Often times, students continue their education through to the graduate level after obtaining their bachelor’s in Psychology degree.
Graduates of the Psychology program will display knowledge on the basics of Psychology, which include various research methods, critical thinking skills, how to apply the principle rules of psychology in real world applications, and how too communicate effectively.
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