Bachelor of Science in Psychology 2018-06-07T11:22:24+00:00

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Program Description

The undergraduate program Bachelor of Science in Psychology has consistently developed graduates with fulfilling professions in the field of Psychology. The program provides training and additional preparation in natural sciences for those interested in the practice, research, and teaching of psychology. The program focuses on three settings—clinical, educational, and industrial or corporate. Furthermore, it provides preparation for graduate studies in the various fields of psychology, as well as further studies in other professions such as medicine, law, and business management.

Career Opportunities

Students who pursue a Bachelor of Science in Psychology enjoy a wide array of opportunities for professional development and academic advancement:

 

Educational Setting:

  • Educator (after passing the LET class and passing the licensure exam)
  • Psychometrician (after passing the licensure exam)
  • Guidance Counselor (after M.A. in Guidance and Counseling and passing the licensure exam)
  • Academic Researchers
  • Organization Adviser
  • Student Affairs
  • Marketing and Admissions
  • Other related occupation and vocation

 

Clinical Setting:

  • Psychometrician (after passing the licensure exam)
  • Psychologist (after M.A. in Psychology and passing the licensure exam)
  • NGO work
  • Abused Women and Children
  • Children in Conflict with the Law
  • Children and Adults with Mental Disorders
  • Geriatric Field
  • May pursue career in medicine (Pre-Med)
  • Other related occupation and vocation

Industrial/Corporate  Setting:

  • Recruitment and Selection
  • Training and Development
  • Strategic Planning
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Policy Formation and Employee Relations
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Customer Service
  • May pursue career in law and management (Pre-Law)
  • Other related occupation and vocation