Psychological Studies B.L.S.
In nearly every profession, from health to education, knowledge of psychology is important for long-term success. Saint Joseph’s University offers a psychological studies degree for adult learners who are interested in understanding the human mind.
What is a Psychological Studies B.L.S.?
The Psychological Studies B.L.S. focuses on the scientific study of experimental, clinical, counseling and health-related psychology. Courses are offered in research methods and statistics and provide the opportunity to research the following:
- Human behavior
- Mental health
- Cognitive processes
- The human mind
- Developmental psychology
Through Saint Joseph's University's psychological studies program, you will develop the abstract reasoning, problem solving, research and statistical skills necessary to succeed in the field of psychology.
What Can You Do With a Psychological Studies Degree?
Adult learners studying psychological studies have gone on to pursue several fulfilling career paths, including the following:
- Case managers
- Rehabilitation specialists
- Social workers
- Laboratory assistants
- Human resource advisors
- Community service managers
- Mental health counselors
- Psychiatric technicians
- Health educators
How Will Saint Joseph's University Enhance My Career in Psychological Studies?
Saint Joseph's University's Psychological Studies B.L.S. program provides adult learners with the preparation necessary to pursue a master's or doctorate degree, which are the required stepping stones to become a psychologist.
Saint Joseph's University has worked with countless adult learners and provides flexible course options designed to fit your schedule. To help you prepare for future practice in the field, this program focuses on the moral and ethical aspects of psychology and provides real-life perspective into the field of psychological studies.
Continue Your Education in Psychological Studies
Saint Joseph's University offers a variety of graduate options to help adult learners further develop their skills in psychology and advance their careers, including: