Students who major in psychology will acquire a broad understanding of psychological functioning in a variety of contexts and will be trained to conduct psychological research. This background will enable students to pursue entry-level positions in fields such as mental health, business, law enforcement, and college admissions. The psychology major also prepares students for graduate work in psychology, counseling, law, and other professional programs.
Students should choose a minor or second major that complements their interests in psychology. Those who want to obtain a graduate degree in clinical or counseling psychology are encouraged to enroll in the PSY497 field experience course.
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