You need a accredited psychology degree for post graduate psychology so it can't be in that sense.
What about general, for graduate schemes and general employability?
I think it's a pretty good degree tbh.
However the problem with psychology is many students going into assuming they will become psychologists (generally clinical). Only a tiny percentage actually will.
It's alright. Depends on the uni really. If you go to a poor uni, then the degree really has little worth. All degrees have worth if you find the subject stimulating, though.
I don't know but I don't regard a degree in psychology to be good. A STEM degree is what I define as good.