Students who major in psychology are prepared for transfer to continue their studies in behavioral sciences at four-year colleges or universities. Students who study psychology gain an understanding of human behavior and development.

Graduates with associate’s and bachelor’s degrees may be employed in: 

  • Community mental health agencies
  • Crisis centers
  • Correctional facilities 
  • Government agencies 
  • Senior citizen centers

Degrees beyond AA and experience are usually necessary for positions above entry level.

Those with a master’s degree may find employment in:

  • Counseling centers
  • Hospitals
  • Law enforcement and other government agencies
  • Primary and secondary schools
  • Community colleges

Psychologists with a Ph.D. find
employment in:

  • Universities and colleges
  • Research facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Mental health clinics
  • Private and public counseling centers

Contact Information

Prof. Manolya Bayar

Advising, Career, and Transfer Services 

Online Classes Available

The psychology program is available online. Students may take all courses online or a combination of online and face-to-face. Contact Professor Manolya Bayar, 443-412-2486,