About Online Psychology Degrees
What We Do
Psychology is a broad field, offering dozens of careers in a wide range of industries. As such, you might be struggling to decide which path to follow.
That’s where we come in.
Whether you want to conduct research or work with children, spend your time helping families or analyzing forensic data, or work in corporations or as a private practitioner, you will find on this site the resources you need to help you define, prioritize, and make an action plan for achieving your goals. Our mission is to:
- Give you detailed information about more than two dozen psychology careers, including the education and experience you need to get the job and the work it entails
- Explain in detail the educational requirements for associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees
- Share our research and insight into emerging trends, changes, and opportunities in the field of psychology
- Provide you with guidance on considerations such as financial aid, scholarships, accreditation, and the difference between online and on-campus instruction
Our Commitment to You
Our goal is to help you by:
- Using data-driven analytics to produce real-time information about careers in psychology and the schools that train students to thrive in them
- Examining critical but often-overlooked considerations such as how licensure requirements vary from state to state or how Psy.D. doctorate degrees differ from traditional Ph.D. programs
- Providing valuable supplementary resources such as expert interviews, infographics, in-depth articles, and state-by-state employment breakdowns
We are committed to keeping the information on our site up to date and accurate and to making sure it’s useful and easy to read. We also take care to illuminate the subtle variations between the many specialties in the field of psychology so you can better understand how similar-sounding jobs differ.
We appreciate the many universities and organizations (such as the Association of American Educators, the National Career Development Association, and the National Center for Women & Policing) that support us by listing our site as a resource for their constituents.
We wish you success in your career in the challenging but rewarding field of psychology.