Choose Your Career Path in Psychology
Why Choose Psychology as a Career?
The field of psychology focuses on promoting psychological well-being through innovation and leadership. Workers in this field enjoy caring for people, thinking critically and working collaboratively.
Those interested in this field should possess the ability to relate to others and enjoy being a part of a dynamic and vital discipline that is ever changing.
A host of career opportunities await those with a bachelors, masters or doctorate degree in this field.
What Will I Learn?
In Westmoreland’s Psychology program, students can choose from a variety of core courses and electives in order to determine their career path. The curriculum offers opportunities to conduct undergraduate research under faculty supervision.
This program facilitates the process for those students who plan to transfer to a Pennsylvania Transfer and Articulation Oversight Committee (TAOC) four-year college or university, and are interested in majoring in Psychology.
Students who earn the Associate of Arts in Psychology degree and gain acceptance to one of the 13 Pennsylvania TAOC four-year colleges or universities to major in Psychology will automatically transfer all 62 credits. View Psychology in the College Catalog
Students earning a Psychology degree find employment in clinical, education and business settings. They also partner with professionals in the criminal justice system and lend their expertise to improve the lives of children and senior citizens. A host of career opportunities await those with a bachelors, masters or doctorate degree in this field.