After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology you may decide to continue your education and earn a Master’s or Doctoral degree in Psychology.
With a B.A. in Psychology you are also prepared to apply for jobs in a number of different areas.
The following web sites allow you to explore some career opportunities available at each stage of your education:
- U.S. Dept. of Labor: Occupational Outlook Handbook: Psychologists
- American Psychological Association guide to Careers in Psychology
- American Psychological Association guide to Nonacademic Careers in Psychology
- Dr. Margaret A. Lloyd, of Georgia Southern University, has established a web site for the undergraduate psychology major. This site helps the student plan their time as an undergraduate, and provides Career Options.
- Career Decision Tree for Psychology Majors (Dr. Retta E. Poe of Western Kentucky University, as modified by Hanover College)
- Fifteen Careers in Psychology and Related Fields are described by Dr. Melissa J. Himelein (University of North Carolina at Asheville). Several of these careers require a doctoral degree, many require a Mater’s degree, and several require specialized Bachelor’s degrees.