Okay I'm going to college does not have a criminal justice program . But they seem to have a lot of alternatives .. as sociology , psychology and even Pre Act - ... If I want to be a cop , what degree should I get if I can not get a criminal justice degree ?
First, some background : I have 23 years ( Feb. 24 ) and I have been married for three years, living together for four. My husband will graduate from college in three months , and I will graduate in late May '09 . In the future , I will enter a graduate program in psychology . We both have job opportunities lined up for after graduation . Now the real question : After having a child , do you think having a baby at a younger age (ie , treated so that should soon after graduation ) would be beneficial in terms of child health, get my body ( you know I had to ask) , energy level , etc ? For those of you who waited until their thirties / thirty years to have a child , or those with a second or third place in those years , what is your opinion . My husband is happy with the idea of having a child with me , and he has experienced because younger children have a brother who is 10 years younger and a sister who is 5 years younger . Sorry for all the details , I just want a bit of experience with the entry . Thank you all !
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I am currently a senior psychology and am almost complete and I've been thinking about graduate school next want a double Master MBA / MHA or MBA / MPH is possible to enter these programs with a dual master's degree in psychology ? What do I have to do to enter either program and someone can give me a list of schools offering these dual master's programs ?
I'm going to be a dental hygiene major next fall , right now I'm doing the pre reqs . So I'm in college allows us to collect the children. What is a child with good dental hygiene ? (I have plans to go to dental school , and am doing bachelors program for dental hygiene ) = ] Psychology ? Chemistry ? ( Ehh = no / my favorite subject : X : X ) Accounting ? Communications ? any other ideasss =]?
Hello , I am currently a grade 12 student with an average of 91% . I applied to the University of Toronto - Mississauga York University and psychology . I am very confused and do not know where to go . The reasons why I got York : - It is 20 minutes ( journey time is a great thing .. especially since gas is super expensive ) - I like the atmosphere , the staff seems nice Reasons not want to go to York : - It has a bad reputation , and my parents did not want me to go there - People who go to UofT , can get a job faster ( according to many people .. do not know if it's true or not) Why want to go to UTM : - Good reputation - I will visit the campus soon .. but I've heard good things about it Why do not you want to go : - Heard its difficult change programs - It's a long journey from home (45 minute drive ) - More difficult to get a good GPA My long term goal is to go to medical school or law school . I am very confused and do not know where to go , can someone with experience please give me some advice . I really appreciate it. Thank you ! Also , if I change my mind halfway between the university and want to change my program , but does not have the prerequisites .. How does the process work ?
So here is my dilemma , High over, jumped straight to college , I did a semester of psychology before realizing , as much as I love helping people , I could never listen to cases of nuts to live . Then he made a police two years Diploma Foundations , halfway through I realized that no material police and never would be , but ended the program anyway . I live for sports and recreation , but lack the skills and ambition ( highschool ) to pursue a degree in something like sports therapy or anything of that nature. I love helping people , I. .. love sports and being active , I love traveling , I love a lot of things , but I do not know what my
I am interested in studying at a university in the Netherlands , Sweden , Denmark , Finland and Norway . as American psychology I wonder if any of these countries universities that offer psychology programs in English , and even give me a bachelor's degree (I'm now a sophomore ) . I've done some research on this and so far have not found anything ot me hope . I would appreciate any input or personal experience . thank you!
In fact , I want to double major in photography and medical bio engineering.I love photography and I've been interested in him since the 6th grade and he taught himself about photoshop and my DSLR. I wonder if its fine arts program is hard to get into .. I am currently more And I 'm doing a 3.4 / 4 GPA unweighted 33 on my ACT I took 2 dc in my junior class AP CALC AB psychology and And now , as a senior I'm taking 3 AP : AP Physics , CALC BC and STATS Clubs: I was on the football team my first year and second year of Stoco - freshman Sun rise ( a club where we do crafts for children with cancer in children ) was one of the club's starter ( sophomore , junior and senior ) Decca ( jr and senior ) Key Club ( junior and senior ) ART Honor Society ( juniors and seniors ) And America club And more than 100 volunteer hours . Is this the type of resume looking at USC ?
I currently studying at Webster University . I have graduated with the International Baccalaureate Diploma with 27 points . With the results of Diploma , my SAT is not required. I have also transferred to the University of Lancaster , is a British university ( top 10 unis in the UK ) and was given credit transfer for most of my courses . In Webster I have a gap of 3.7 and I'm still a sophomore . Would it be good enough to enter the Master of Psychology University of New York General ? If not, how high should be my GRE scores ? Also, I'm working on a research project in the Netherlands with my teacher about working with victims of trafficking. Would this project help my chances ?
I have started the process of looking at graduate programs ( I'm in my third year undergraduate ) and am having trouble deciding what career I want to start . My undergraduate degree is in psychology , majoring in political science . I'm really interested in two fields of psychology, counseling and school psychology . I love working with children / adolescents and that's what attracts me to school psychology . But I do not want to just limit this age group or for a school environment . People told me that if I get a masters / PhD in counseling , I can still be a counselor at school . But school psychology encompasses more than just counseling. Basically , if anyone in any of these areas can give me a little help would be greatly appreciated !
I'm in the IB diploma program and Girl Scouts , so I'm doing two huge leadership projects too. I'm in 3 different school orchestra programs and for the cello . American Sign Language 121-95 % Orchestra -98% Theory of Knowledge % -100 English IB -89% IB History of the Americas -90% IB Psychology -98% IB Mathematics SL -92% IB Physics -89% I know I'm slacking in physics and English lol thank you! :)
I'm doing a music video for a psychology class and I need help finding a way to mix what we recorded with a microphone at a pace that you downloaded . If it must be free software . All help will be appreciated.
Ms. Susan Myers , My name is Leeann Crails . I'm a senior at Calvary Day School in Columbus . I recently applied to South Georgia , and was accepted into the Eagle Incentive Program . I would love to participate in the EIP program , I think it's a great program and I know I excel in it . However, the invitation said that if you have taken college classes may not be admitted to the program . I took two college classes , English 191 and 191 on Saturdays Psychology Thursdays and Tuesdays after school . I B in these two classes , but I would be willing to fall if it would help get me in the EIP program . I've taken the SAT three times and can not seem to get my score above a 960. I know I have what it takes to be a great student , but my Sat reflects not only that. South Georgia is an absolutely wonderful school and I have wanted to go there for a very long time . My goal in life is to be a teacher and I know South Georgia would be the best place for me to go to reach that goal. I was hoping to be admitted as regular accept for the summer semester . If given the chance , I promise you, I would go above and beyond as a GSU student . I know this is the school I'm supposed to go . Even if your decision is to not accept me , I'll keep working as hard as I can until I just know that this is the school I'm supposed to go . I really appreciate you taking the time to read this , I hope you all have taught it would be a great addition to an already wonderful school . Thanks again for reading this , Leeann Crails
You can be a college and a graduate school , but have the best programs I want to do ?
I received my BA in Psychology and now want to pursue a master's degree in Forensic Psychology - I'm about to take the GRE next week , so I'm starting this process . I know that this specialty is a very small , but still, I am surprised to find how difficult it is to uncover information on programs throughout the U.S. . Does anyone know anything about the programs than those of John Jay in New York and Michigan State ? Specifically in or near San Diego ? Also, being a year of college, what are my chances of getting into a PhD program ?
I'm trying to decide between becoming a resource specialist , or school psychologist . I have a college degree. I live in California and spent my CBEST and CSET . At the point , I wanted to teach Elementary. I was in a program for it , but I was more interested in Ed.and Special School Psychology . What I can expect from both programs and jobs? I sincerely want to help the children of my heart . Where I can make the greatest impact ?
I am a college graduate with a B.S. in Music , Liberal Arts but I decided to follow Psychology as a career . In undergraduate , I was a Psych / Music double major for a year , so I've taken a statistics class , general psych , human growth and learning, and the psychology of adjustment but as for admission to a graduate program I am very behind. At this point I would like to apply for admission to a program in clinical psychology or counseling graduate in the spring of 2012, but I'm not sure how I prepare other than taking the GRE . Some schools require undergraduate psych longer hours , while others receive requests despite the shortcomings of the course hours . Also, what jobs, internships , volunteer opportunities would be helpful to gain experience ? I feel like I'm starting from scratch so any advice would be helpful !
I'm slowly starting to look like my business major . Right now , I have considered East Carolina University, and even structured my course work to go to that school for psychology . The work I wanted to do with psychology was related to school , but I heard that the future looks bleak due to budget cuts , but baby- boomers retire . The transition to business, what school would be best to get an advantage when applying to college and an advantage in the work force ?
I'm in my last year of college in the United States , but I want to go to graduate school in Canada with the intention of becoming a legal resident and eventually a citizen . I was wondering if anyone knows if I can get into a Canadian graduate school with a degree from an American university ? Besides, where I can find information about the schools that offer graduate programs ( I'm looking psychology ) and the application to graduate schools not from outside Canada ? If anyone can point me in the right direction for information , would be very grateful . I know the information is there, but this process is just a little too hard to take on my own, so thanks in advance!