Psychology

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
443-412-2486
MBayar@harford.edu

Advising, Career, and Transfer Services 
443-412-2301

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 Frederick Mitchell, 443-412-2364, rmitchell@harford.edu.


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