Psychology is the study of human as well as animal behavior. It is the study and understanding of normal and abnormal behavior, mental ability, perception, developmental, and individual differences. Psychology allows one to acquire skills in research, information gathering, and analytical thinking. Psychology involves many areas of specialization, which may include behavioral neuroscience, cognitive, clinical, educational, social, developmental, and organizational psychology.
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Interpersonal Communication (oral and written)
Engage in Ethical Practice
Knowledge of Human Development & Behavior
Able to Observe, Analyze, & Interpret Information
Concern for and Sensitivity to Others
Critical and Inferential Thinking
Insight to Deal Effectively with People
Able to Promote Healthy Relationships
Ability to Resolve or Mediate Conflicts
Understanding of Group Dynamics
Professional Associations are important to explore because many offer student memberships and can give you access to other professionals and their experiences, research, convention or workshop opportunities, professional development and most importantly job databases.American Counseling Association American Mental Health Counselor AssociationAmerican Psychological Association American Public Human Services AssociateAmerican Psychological AssociationSociety of Counseling Psychology Association for Psychological Science The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology National Board for Certified Counselors American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Society for Human Resource ManagementAssociation for Applied Sports PsychologyNational Association of School Psychologists
http://www.careersinpsychology.org - career and licensure info, jobs, experts, and internships.
http://nursingdegreeguide.com/psych- for psychology majors exploring nursing as a career option
http://www.counselor-license.com - resource to explore requirements for pursuing licensure as a counselor in Florida and other states.
http://www.psychologydegree411.com - free resource for students looking to enter or advance in the psychology field with in-depth school and career advice articles, profiles of psychology degree programs, and state-by-state guides to licensurehttp://www.psychologist-license.com - this site is designed to simplify and expedite the search for licensure requirements in each state
http://www.learnhowtobecome.org/volunteers-and-nonprofit-careers - guidebook for students and young professionals seeking careers in the non profit sector. http://www.psychology.org- A user friendly comprehensive resources for the psychology field's prospective students and job seekers. LearnPsychology- This will offer extra helpful resource for your students to explore various career profiles and learn about the various disciplines within Psychology.
Graduate and Professional Schools
The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Florida offers a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.
Psychology- Investigative; Social; Artistic (ISA)
Child Psychology- Social; Artistic; Investigative (SAI)
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