Students

Psychology

A degree in psychology prepares students for graduate school as well as careers in a wide variety of fields, including social services and business. Psychology students may enter graduate or professional programs in clinical psychology, industrial/organizational psychology or experimental psychology. They may also pursue advanced degrees in fields such as social work, law, or medicine. In order to be a professional psychologist, a person must receive advanced training. Please note that some careers below will require further education.

Related Career Titles:

Child/Gerontological Care Giver
Community Relations Director
Correctional Case Worker
Crisis Intervention Specialist
Employee Relations Manager
Human Resources Professional
Market Research Analyst
Marketing/Sales Manager
Mental Health Counselor
Probation/Parole Counselor
Psychologist
Public Opinion Surveyor
Research Laboratory Assistant
Teaching/Training Program Developer
Youth Home Manager

Related Psychology Links:

American Psychological Association
American Psychological Association - Jobs for Psychology Majors
Psychology Career Center - Career Guide
Online Psychology Career Center
Association for Psychological Science
ExploreHealthCareers.org

Where else can I find information?

USF Psychology Department
Occupational Outlook Handbook
O*Net Online