BACHELOR’S IN PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL SERVICES & CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Turn your passion for helping others into a profession with a degree in psychology, social services, or criminal justice from Geneva College. Each of these majors will help you develop a deeper understanding of human behavior, thereby allowing you to effectively serve others through Christ’s example of forgiveness, integrity, and compassion.
- Take a multidisciplinary approach by learning concepts in political science, psychology, sociology, and social sciences.
- Learn from experienced faculty with extensive field experience.
- Gain real-world experience through internships with local agencies or by participating in mock crime scene experiences on campus.
- Prepare for grad school with a well-rounded yet rigorous foundational program of study.
What Can I Do with a Bachelor’s in Psychology, Social Services, or Criminal Justice?
Depending on whether you pursue a major in psychology, social services, or criminal justice, you could pursue continuing education or careers such as:
- Case Manager
- Market Researcher/Analyst
- Assistant School Counselor
- Law Enforcement Officer
- Fraud Investigator
- Federal Agent
- Park Ranger
- Victims Advocate
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