B.S. in Psychology with an emphasis in Social Action
Careers in Psychology
Graduates from the PSA program will have received a bachelor of science degree in psychology and will be prepared to enter a wide variety of different careers, where psychology will help them to become change agents in the multicultural and global world we now live in. Psychology has quickly become one of the most popular undergraduate majors in the United States and for good reasons.
The intellectual, intrapersonal and interpersonal skills that one develops by studying psychology are useful not only in one's personal life but also in a wide variety of professional fields. Click here to learn more about career areas that graduates with Psychology majors pursue.
Graduate Study in Psychology
Many students, who complete a bachelor's degree in psychology, decide to pursue graduate studies in order to more deeply explore psychological theory and to prepare themselves for professions in psychology. Students who pursue graduate study in psychology must choose a specialization. Click here to learn more about the different specialization areas in Psychology.
Graduates of the PSA program will be very well prepared for entering graduate level programs in psychology. They will have acquired the knowledge and skills required for entry into such programs and they will have a clear idea of where their professional interests and aptitudes lie. Students who do exceptionally well in the program and who are interested in pursuing a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology will be considered for admission to the graduate program at the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology. Click here to learn more about graduate study in Psychology and PGSP.