What Can I Do With This Degree?

A psychology degree helps students to better understand themselves and gain a healthy respect for others by studying multifaceted issues that illuminate the total human experience. Students entering careers related to psychology might conduct research, study social development, provide educational services, promote physical and mental health or study and contribute to the work environment.

In the Workforce

Our graduates receive a solid education in the main subject areas of psychology sufficient to prepare them for careers where a background in psychology is advantageous, including:

  • Admissions counselor
  • Behavior analyst
  • Clinical psychologist
  • Counseling psychologist
  • Drug counselor
  • Educational psychologist
  • Financial aid officer
  • Lawyer
  • Personnel officer
  • Probation officer
  • Public relations officer
  • Rehabilitation counselor
  • School psychologist
  • Secondary education teacher
  • Social worker

Graduate School

Our graduates have pursued advanced degrees in psychology and related fields a wide array of graduate schools, including the following institutions:

  • American International College
  • Boston University
  • Brown University
  • Fuller Theological Seminary
  • Harvard University
  • John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  • New England School of Law
  • New School for Social Research
  • Northeastern University
  • Providence College
  • Roger Williams University School of Law
  • Sacred Heart University
  • University of Massachusetts Boston
  • University of Minnesota
  • University of Vermont

Majors and Minors