Ok this may just be one of my many blond moments , but I'm really struggling with this. I'm looking at the courses of the Open University, I studied in the care provided with the intention of gaining qualifications while learning to work instead of being a " student " in the stereotypical sense . I just finished NVQ Level 3 CCLD and now I want to get a BA ( Hons ) but now I want to go to Psychology as my intention from the beginning was to become a child psychologist . I looked at the open university and speaks undergraduate and post graduate and points at levels 1 , 2 and 3 , and I'm totally confused as I was waiting for my NVQ would be included in my BA as previous work , so it would not to work as hard in the BA not because I'm lazy I have been doing childcare for almost four years , so it's not that. Anyway my question really is ... It is an undergraduate my degree ? What graduate courses to continue more like going to a professional field such as psychology ? And if I were to get a degree in psychology would this be enough to get a job as a psychologist or if I have to do a postgraduate course ?
I'm looking to go to the University of Phoenix for Psychology , so I realized I have these titles for it , but I have no idea what the difference is. They have a degree and a graduate , and since I want to go to my psychology , what kind of jobs you can get with only its Associates or is it better to go all the way and get your love ? I have an interview with them next Wednesday , and my husband goes with me , and I will not commit to anything until I see the paper at all , and so I wanted to get some information about it here if anyone knows what I know what to order , .... when it arrives next next .
Interested in: cognitive neuroscience developmental psychology linguistic ( Well , basically , accents and languages ) Do these fields pay? ? I can combine them , as a degree in neuroscience develpomental ? thanks
One of them is called ClinPsyD Clinical Psychology and Clinical Psychology another PhD . My question relates to the securities ( ClinPsyD and PhD ) . Obviously I know what the acronyms , but how these two courses differ from each other? Thank you. x
I'm in school looking at colleges wich i should apply . I want not the best if you wanted to major in psychology ?
a degree and a certificate program in college cause for my psychology they offer both and i need help
What is the difference between: Clinical Psychology Counseling Psychology and what is Occupational Therapy Things I'm 14 and looking to see what I want to be! :)
What is the difference between these? Counselor, psychologist, psychiatrist, and what is cognitive therapy?
I'm a freshman in college and I'm majoring in Psychology . I want to be a child psychologist , so I wonder what would be better to get it? is one more than the other ? and also how many years it will take 4th degree? thank you!
Is there a difference between general psychology and clinical psychology ? Yeah, so what's the difference ?
I want to go to eventually get my masters in psychology , so I can be a counsler . I talked to different schools counslers rrr and says " I want to hear." I want someone to tell me the difference in a Bachlors of science in psychology and a Bachlors of Arts in psychology . What I can do for each grade? Do you have a degree offered more job opportunities than the other? what degree is the best route to go ?
The reason I 'm asking this is because I recently finished my first year of college , and my major is psychology . but I'm a little confused , because I do not know if my term is correct psychology . I do not know if I should be studying psychology or psychiatry , or any other profession I want to do in the future is to give different treatment to diagnose mental problems / disease. for example , if someone has anorexia , help them, give them therapy , etc important in making you want to do is psychology? psychiatry ? please help !