Types of Psychology Degree Programs
Saint Leo University offers a variety of psychology degrees at our primary campus, through our online classes and at our Education Centers. The Bachelor of Arts programs include psychology degrees with a focus on clinical, counseling, developmental, experimental and general. We also offer master’s degrees in psychology.
Online Psychology Degree
We are thrilled to offer a number of online psychology degree programs to help our students balance the rigors of work and home life with their studies. These online programs include both bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. Our online psychology students are currently pursuing Bachelor of Arts degrees in clinical psychology, general psychology and more. We also offer a master’s degree in psychology option.
What Can You Do with a Psychology Degree?
Depending on your specific area of focus and personal passions, there are a number of different career options that your psychology degree will prepare you for. Those psychology jobs could include one of the following as examples.
Top Psychology Degree Jobs
- Case worker
- Occupational therapist
- Child welfare worker
- Crisis intervention counselor
- Social worker
- School psychologist
- HR manager
If you are interested in human behavior and what motivates people to make the choices they do than a psychology degree could be a career for you. Psychology degree jobs will give you the chance to help people while making a difference in the community.
Psychology Students Graduate with Skills Employers are Looking For
Regarded as one of the most popular college majors because of its relevance to everyday life and focus on human behavior, psychology is a versatile field of study that prepares students for work in diverse work settings. According to Dr. Lara Ault, associate professor of psychology and associate chair of Saint Leo’s Department of Social Sciences, psychology students graduate with the skills employers are looking for.
“Psychology graduates offer the skills, knowledge and attributes employers are looking for,” Dr. Ault says. “Saint Leo’s psychology program has always provided excellent preparation for a wide array of career options. And now that students have the option to choose a specialized track, they can concentrate on the topics that help prepare them for their post-graduation goals.”
Contact Our Admissions Team with any Psychology Degree Questions
Do you have questions about our psychology degrees? Our admissions team at Saint Leo University is available to help. Whether you are wondering how many credit hours are required in our bachelor’s program, have questions about our master’s degree options or anything in between, we’re looking forward to connecting with you. Our admissions team is available by phone at 800.334.5532, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by clicking here to submit your question through our online form.