I am a sophomore in high school interested in going to college for computer science. I am already very familiar with coding and how computers work.
Is there also an option to keep going to college to learn more about psychology after you have completed the required amount of years?
I am a sophomore in high school and I want to major in psychology when I am older. I am a bit worried that it might not be a good fit for me and makes me a bit skeptical even though I am really interested in the career.
I am a sophomore in highschool and really would like to major in pschology when I am in college. I really like being able to help people and just would like to know if there are any personal qualities that can help in that field of work.
Being a chef has been a career of interest to me, but I am not sure if I would have to go to a culinary school to become a chef.
I am currently in high school and still have a couple years to make a decision, and music has always been a passion of mine, but it seems like an overwhelming career path to pursue at the start.
When is the best time to join clubs when is the best time to do activities to get a chance at a scholarship college?
Also what activities would be best when it comes to trying to do engineering?
Do they simply diagnose and/or prescribe treatment? Or do they directly partake in the treatment process, too, like doing talk therapy? I'm looking into psychologists and psychiatrists and both are appealing to me, but I want to be able to be involved in the treatment and be able to aid in...
I do know the education requirements and salaries are different, but what about the actual tasks? Can they both diagnose mental disorders or is that only the job of one? Can psychiatrists offer talk therapy in addition to medication, or do they just prescribe the meds? Which would be more...
My idea was that when i start my coffee shop, id live on the second floor, but i don't know if that's better or worse than just living in a separate place.
Psychology is extremely interesting to me and I think a career in the field could very well be a good fit for me. What are some colleges in the US that offer good psychology programs? Or are they all kind of the same difference? I want to have as much knowledge in the area as I can and actually...