Prepare for Success in a Growing Field
Employment for community and social services professionals is on the rise, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics reporting faster than average job growth. When you complete your degree, you will be qualified for psychology careers in research, case management, probation, rehabilitation, and more.
- 11 percent expected growth through 2028
- $44,960 median annual wage for community and social services roles
- 306,200 new jobs by 2028
Greenville University’s B.S. in Psychology also provides foundational knowledge for future study at the graduate level. You can continue your education to become a clinical or counseling psychologist.
Social and Community Service Managers
These professionals oversee social service programs for community organizations. They plan outreach efforts, advocate for needed resources, and manage teams of workers or volunteers.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Counselors
Counseling professionals who specialize in substance abuse and mental health provide advice and support for individuals dealing with various personal or behavioral issues. They evaluate client needs, create treatment plans, and take other steps to facilitate recovery.
Career and salary information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Additional psychology careers:
- Community health worker
- Health educator
- Human resources specialist
- Parole officer
- Probation officer
- Psychologist (with graduate study)
- School and career counselor
- Social and human services assistant
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Excel in Psychology and Beyond
When you complete this program, you will be able to:
- Employ inductive and deductive methods in empirical investigations that conform to APA ethical standards.
- Articulate the theoretical, theological, and ethical frameworks from which their work derives.
- Present information related to the field in an organized and articulate manner, utilizing a variety of media and text resources.
- Engage in public service activities which are grounded in a Christian perspective of vocation and are designed to improve the quality of organizations, institutions, and the lives of individuals around them.
Greenville University is here to support you during your program and after graduation.
Contact the Office of Career Services at (618) 664–6655 for more information.
We host four job fairs per year, both on campus and through our partnerships within the Gateway Career Association.
Office of Career Services
We can help you begin your job search, make professional connections, and prepare for the job you want.
When you graduate with a degree from Greenville, you’ll be a part of our extensive network of former students.
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