Students who have not yet decided to pursue graduate training may choose among several areas of concentration for careers in:
To become a clinical or counseling psychologist, a master's degree or doctoral degree is required. Psychologists are employed in:
Our students learn skills consistent with a quality liberal arts education: how to think critically, how to gather, organize, analyze, and interpret data, how to communicate complex information, and how to better understand human behavior. These skills are relevant to career fields including (but not limited to) education, law, criminal justice, healthcare, marketing,and nonprofit work. A psychology degree is also relevant to a wide variety of graduate school options such as the various subfields of psychology, law, social work, health care, and business.
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