A liberal arts degree with a concentration in psychology/sociology opens a world of possibilities. This degree provides a balanced education in the humanities and social sciences. Students who complete an associate degree, can not only transfer to 4-year baccalaureate programs in psychology and sociology but this degree can be used as a foundation for any major or career options:
This degree in psychology and sociology allows flexibility of career pathways in a variety of settings. Potential career options in psychology include counseling, research, behavioral health technicians, human resources. etc. Students with an interest in sociology can be employed in public health, welfare organizations, medical centers, law firms, and human resources, etc.
If you are interested in how the human brain works and why people act the way they do, the psychology/sociology path is for you. Explore the course offerings in psychology and sociology at MassBay.
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Associate in Arts Degree Program
Liberal Arts: Psychology/Sociology
This program is for students who want to specialize in the social and behavioral sciences. Students gain a solid foundation in the fields of psychology and sociology to be used in the workforce or to further their education.