The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology offered by Pennylvania State University provides a broad education in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. This degree can help you refine the analytical skills needed to effectively understand interpersonal interaction and implement valuable problem solving techniques. Psychology graduates can apply their knowledge and abilities to many different professions including: social work, probation and corrections, education, public relations, human resources, recreational therapy and education.
Prerequisites include Entrance-to-Major specific coursework. Students not meeting ETMs may begin as a liberal arts student earning necessary credits to gain entrance into the Psychology program.
High school graduate or GED equivalent. Official high school transcripts or GED transcripts along with records from high school. Official college or university transcripts (if applicable).
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