South Texas College offers an Associate of Arts in Psychology, the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Students in this program will learn to conduct research, work in the community, promote physical and mental health, and study and contribute to educational and work settings. This degree offers students an opportunity to become familiar with the different fields of Psychology, which will enable them to make an informed choice on how to continue their careers.
There are many job opportunities available to Psychology graduates:
- Licensed Professional Counselor
- Employment Counselor
- Psychology Instructor
- Health and human services
- Public relations
- Human resources
- Business management
- Law enforcement
Requires 60 – 61 credit hours for degree completion.
Official transcripts from high school or proof of GED completion. TSI Assessment (Texas state assessment).
School Accreditation Statement
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges