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Welcome to the psychology program. Find out more about getting your Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in psychology.
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About Psychology

We're here to help you understand the methods of Psychology as a science and as a profession. Do you plan on being a professional psychologist? Start making plans to attend graduate school to earn the right advanced degree.

With an undergraduate degree in psychology, you have options after graduation. You'll be ready to work in different human service settings such as counseling, community relations, child care and more. You'll also be able to work in research fields such as advertising, marketing and human resources.

Student Success
TXWES psychology student presents to a statewide audience
One Texas Wesleyan psychology major got to take her research off campus and onto a statewide stage. Check out what she presented at the Texas State Capitol.
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Student Opportunities
BA vs. BS: which psychology degree is right for you?
No one psychology path is the same, especially when it comes to the type of degree you’re looking for. While it might seem a little confusing at first, the difference between a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of science is actually pretty simple.
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Psychology careers you can pursue after graduating
Studying psychology can lead to opportunities in places you may not have expected. From schools, to the business world and even government, a psychology degree can open doors to some unexpected places. Here are just a few.
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How much do psychologists make?
Depending on your interests, your psychology degree can take you down different career paths. With that also comes differences in how much money you could potentially make. Check out the different salaries you could make depending on your specialty of choice.
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Pursuing Your Degree
Psychologist vs. Psychiatrist: what's the difference?
They are two fields with plenty of overlap. Even the words themselves sound and look pretty similar. But there are some key differences between a psychologist and a psychiatrist; differences that could decide how you pursue your degree. So let’s break it down.
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