Psychology as a Career
Employers need people with communication skills; the ability to collect, organize, analyze and interpret data; and an understanding of human behavior. Psychology graduates may work in human resources or communications, while further education will open paths toward clinical practice and research.
Is Psychology Right for You?
- Psychology: Science in Action
A degree in psychology can open the door to many career opportunities.
- Careers in Psychology: Overview of the field of psychology, its subfields, the job outlook, how students can prepare for psychology jobs, and more.
- Psychology as a Major: Is It Right for Me and What Can I Do With My Degree? A comprehensive strategy aimed at helping undergraduates use self-exploration tools to decide if psychology is the right major for them.
Preparing for a Psychology Career as an Undergraduate
- Psychology Education & Careers Guidebook for College Students of Color: This brochure is for college students of color and others who are considering additional education and a career in psychology.
- What Psychology Majors Could (and Should) Be Doing : An Informal Guide to Research Experience and Professional Skills: This book shows both grad-school bound and career-bound students how to seek out and make the most of opportunities.
- The Insider's Guide to the Psychology Major: Book offers what you need to know about the degree and the profession
Career Choices with a Psychology Bachelor's Degree
How to Find a Job with an Undergraduate Degree in Psychology: Tips on securing your first job
Finding Jobs with a Psychology Bachelor's Degree: Professionals describe their work and how their bachelor's degree helped