As a psychology student, you'll scientifically study human behavior to learn why we behave the way we do and how we can apply that knowledge. Your courses will give you perspectives on personality, thinking, emotion, human development and mental disorders. Through class, laboratory and field work, you'll develop critical-thinking, communications and research skills applicable in many fields: education, health, business and international relations. Your experiences will prepare you for graduate school in psychology or related fields, but also for a wide variety of jobs/careers that value the knowledge and analytical skills of our psychology degree. There are no jobs that require a psychology bachelor’s degree, but many for which it is a desirable or acceptable qualification, such as human resources, marketing, sales, social services and others.