A master's degree in psychology is a graduate-level degree that often takes between two and three years beyond the bachelor's degree to complete. Like the bachelor's degree, students can usually choose between a Master of Arts (M.A.) or Master of Science (M.S.) in psychology.
Jobs at the master's level are far more plentiful than those at the bachelor's level, which is why this is one of the most popular degree options. While some master's programs offer what is known as a terminal degree, or an end-level degree designed to prepare students for the workforce, other master's programs focus on preparing students for doctoral-level study.
Graduates can find jobs with a master's degree in a variety of areas including mental health services, government agencies and business fields. While there are some opportunities for teaching at colleges and universities, these positions tend to be limited and highly competitive. A few job titles that a master's degree holder might find include social services manager, drug and alcohol specialist, behavioral counselor, child protection worker and human resources manager. More »See also:
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