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A healthcare manager must be equipped to make key decisions for the organization to improve patient health outcomes and improve community health. Our AACSB-accredited online B ... +
Earning a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology is the first step toward a rewarding career in psychology. Our well-rounded curriculum and initial training will qualify you for entry ... +
The 100% online Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences degree from Utica College provides students with the knowledge necessary to pursue a variety of health professions or gr ... +
The study of psychology provides an understanding of the biological, cognitive, social, and clinical origins of behavior, thought, and emotion, and the methods that psychologi ... +
The College of Nursing and Health Professions Food and Nutrition degree is designed to prepare graduates for entry into community food and nutrition-related careers including ... +
The Psychology Department at Geneseo aims to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of the scientific discipline of psychology, opportunities for practical experience ... +
The Bachelor of Science in Health Science is an accredited online degree program, training students for exciting careers in healthcare, community organizing, and education. Th ... +
Psychology at Saint Martin's structures coursework and field placements to integrate experiential learning with rigorous study of psychology, closely aligned with the Benedict ... +
The certificate in Healthcare Management for the BBA offers business students specialized knowledge in the healthcare industry. The requirement for a Healthcare Management Cer ... +
Are you interested in a scientific understanding of why people think and behave as they do? If you answered “yes,” then a psychology major may be the right choice for you.
Psychology students at Earlham practice real-life observation, hone counseling skills, assist with faculty research, and conduct research of their own. This approach allows st ... +
Students majoring in public health can pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health (BAPH) or a Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH). In both the BAPH and BSPH tracks wil ... +
The Psychology major teaches students to employ empirical methods to learn about behavior and the variables that affect it, in preparation for graduate programs, professional ... +
Prepare for a career in which you help decrease the incidence of disease, increase life expectancy, and improve the health of individuals and communities around the world.
Take a trip inside the mind. Psychology is the science that deals with the brain and human behavior in all forms—psychological, cognitive, emotional, individual, and group.