Career Paths in Psychology
Whether you plan to enter the workforce after graduating or continue in academia, your bachelor’s degree in Psychology will provide you with a diverse and broadly applicable liberal arts education. Problem-solving, effective communication and teamwork, a background in statistical analysis techniques and critical thinking are important skills that prepare you for a broad range of careers in today’s world.
Career Counseling Library – Not sure where to begin? Have an idea, but don’t know the next steps? Make an appointment with a career counselor or take free assessments to help you get a head start on career planning.
Career Center – Ready to explore career fairs, the jobs database, and workshops to help secure an internship, externship, or a future job? For help writing a resume, cover letter, or improving upon interviewing skills visit the comprehensive services of the center.
O*Net Online – This Department of Labor sponsored site contains detailed descriptions of the characteristics of various work/careers. Just type in psychologist in the Occupation Search and learn about the wide variety of psychology related occupations.
APA Careers: APA’s online career center has resources for job seekers as well as employers.