Build a Solid Foundation for a Future in Psychology, Counseling, or Mental Health
With an undergraduate degree in Psychology, you will be equipped for success in a wide array of professional settings including case management, advocacy, clinical and experimental/neuroscience research, counseling, and business. Psychology is one of the most popular undergraduate degrees today, given the wide range of career outcomes available. The Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree program at the University of Bridgeport will give you the knowledge-base, mentorship, and skill sets needed for a successful career in fields related to human thought, behavior, and cognition.
How can UB help me reach my career goals?
Preparation for Future Studies
Many of our Psychology degree program graduates go on to pursue a master’s degree and/or doctoral degree. The University of Bridgeport offers a variety of programs that allow you to easily continue your studies in UB’s School of Arts and Sciences, as well as in UB’s School of Education and College of Public and International Affairs. Popular selections include the following degrees:
- Counseling (M.S.)
- Criminal Justice and Human Security, (M.A.)
- Secondary Education (M.S. or Sixth Year)
- Elementary Education (M.S. or Sixth Year)
- Education (M.S.)
Early Childhood Education
The Psychology (B.S.) degree program will also prepare you for graduate studies at the masters and doctoral level in Social Work, Industrial/ Organizational Psychology, Counseling, Education, Human Resources Management, Social Psychology, Child/Developmental Psychology and Clinical Psychology.