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Our accredited colleges and universities offer a variety of online degrees in psychology and human services management. These programs are ideally suited for working professionals who need maximum scheduling flexibility and want to earn their degree in less time than is usually required for on-campus programs.
Master's and Doctoral degree programs in psychology prepare students to work in positions such as marriage and family therapists, child psychologists, school psychologists, sociologists, social workers, mental health counselors, educational and vocational counselors.
Psychology degree programs offer a variety of concentrations including clinical and counseling psychology, educational, organizational and sports psychology. Students interested in the application of psychology to business can also earn a Bachelor's of Business Administration and an MBA with a concentration in Organizational Psychology.
Employment in both counseling and psychology generally require a minimum of a Master's degree, with a PhD or PsyD in Psychology being a standard requirement to work as a licensed clinical psychologist. Counselors and psychologists work on staff in healthcare, educational and social services organizations. Many in both professions earn all or part of their incomes through their private practices.
Colorado Technical University is accepting applications for a professionally focused Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree program with a concentration in Organizational Behavior.
Colorado Technical University is accepting applications for a professionally focused Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree program with a concentration in Consumer Behavior.
In this graduate degree program, you will evaluate social and cultural causes of conflict in families, organizations, and communities, and assess potential methods of resolution.
Pursue your Master of Arts in Psychology, Educational Leadership Specialization degree online at University of the Rockies.