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Welcome to the Careers in Psychology page. My primary motive in developing this site is to help undergraduate students learn what they can do with a degree in psychology. (Graduate students may find information of interest in the section, Selected Web Sites Containing Career and Graduate School Information of Interest to Psychology Majors.)
The resources on this page focus on: (1) careers in psychology at the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral level and (2) academic information about psychology at the bachelor's and graduate levels. Much of this material was developed for use in Careers in Psychology, a one-credit, required course for psychology majors at Georgia Southern University (see an old course syllabus).
I would like to acknowledge the contributions of Dr. Janice H. Kennedy in the development of a number of the resources listed here and Dr. Russell A. Dewey for coding and editing these documents and editing them after 2008.
This section will help you focus on your goals for college and career.
This section offers suggestions for assessing your academic abilities, interests, skills, and values to help you clarify your career and academic goals.
This section will help you learn about some of the entry-level jobs available to psychology majors.
This section describes a number of psychology and psychology-related career options that require graduate degrees.
Selected Web Sites containing Career and Graduate School Information of Interest to Psychology Majors
This section consists of a list of selected web sites (with brief descriptions) containing information about careers and graduate school that will be helpful to psychology majors.
This section will help you learn about graduate programs in psychology, education, and social work that will prepare you for work in psychology and psychology-related careers. Subsections include:
Graduate School: The Application Process Including:
This page was last updated on November 19, 2016.
DISCLAIMER: The absence of a particular listing or resource should not be taken as commentary about the quality of that material, institution, web site, etc.
Thank you for visiting the Careers in Psychology Page. If you have questions, comments, or corrections regarding the contents of documents, please send feedback to Dr. Lloyd's colleague Dr. Dewey at firstname.lastname@example.org. Suggestions for additions to this page are always welcome.
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