The Applied Psychology degree offers a broad foundation in direct service provision of quality mental health and other community services as well as a choice of more specialized service areas including addiction services, aging services, behavioral health/mental health services, child and family services, community social services, disability services, and supervisory services. The degree program is interdisciplinary in nature and is designed to prepare students for direct service careers in a variety of public, nonprofit, or private mental health or community service organizations. The program offers students opportunities for practical application of learning within an academic framework of respect for diversity, utilizing current ethical and community best practices standards. Job growth in these areas of direct service paraprofessional careers is estimated to be above average in the foreseeable future.
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degree; 2017-2018; MHCSAGSAAS; ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE (AAS)
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Human Behavior