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Pre-Social Service

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Are you interested in studying the science of cognition, behavior, and emotion?

Compassionate, caring, and advocacy-minded individuals are excellent candidates for social service careers, including roles in psychology, counseling, social work, schools, rehabilitation, and healthcare. To successfully enter these professions, these occupations require post-baccalaureate program study, credential requirements, and licensure or certification, which vary by specific field and state. Pre-social service advising supports students through individual academic relationships; collaborating and mentoring and toward meaningful co-op placements, experiences, and course selections that encourage students on a path to successfully entering professional work.

Who is this for?

Students aspiring to work in psychology and mental health can launch careers with pre-social service advising, empowering them to make an impact through advocacy, scholarship, service, and clinical practice.