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Career Options in Psychology When going into the field of psychology one is able to explore many different careers In this paper I will exam the career of teaching and talk about the requirements one must obtain to become a teacher I will also discuss the training for this field preparations one should make when entering this field and the salary and advancement this field offers When choosing what field one wants to go into one should choose what they are interested in I chose teaching because I like working with children and enjoy being a part of a childs growing up experience By choosing the psychology special education major it allows me to do the career I wanted In the past ten years the enrollment in teaching training has increased More and more people are choosing teaching as their profession The requirements from the Department of Education are different for each state At Marist College they offer a New York State approved and registered undergraduate programs This certification leads to different fields that one can go into For example one could chose elementary and special education which gives them a dual certification This specific certification gives a background in liberal arts and in psychology Graduates of this program are prepared to teach in a regular elementary classroom and are also able to teach in a setting with students that have special educational needs The requirements for the program are that one must have a grade point average of a least 27 and have grades of a least a C in all courses in the professional sequence Candidates in New York state must pass two exams and have three letters of recommendation Teachers work thirty-five to forty weeks for a ten- month school year An average salary in New Jerseys public schools for preschool is about 24665 dollars per year State wide elementary teachers earn an average of 45880
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