The associate’s degree in Psychology from Georgia State University is a pathway designed to prepare students for entry into further educational studies. A pathway is not considered a major and will not be represented on the diploma, but includes all the required classes to continue into a Psychology-related bachelor’s degree program.
Online Psychology degrees can help increase understanding of yourself and others in a variety of contexts. Rooted in science and philosophy, Psychology examines topics such as individual and interpersonal behavior, thinking, problem-solving, motivations, and emotions. Most job opportunities require a bachelor’s degree or higher. Psychologists can provide counseling or work in research, teaching, or consulting settings.
Psychology provides a strong foundation for various occupations including:
- Industrial organizational behavior
- Law and criminal justice
- Health care
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- High school transcript or official GED exam passing scores
- Minimum test scores on the ACCUPLACER test(s) and/or SAT or ACT test scores
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