The Psychology Newsletter for Spring 2013 (.PDF, 690 KB) covers updates for the Science IV and V Buildings, profiles some of our faculty and alumni (both Graduate & Undergraduate), and highlights our Honors students and awards winners from 2012.
This page is designed to help you determine what types of careers are available for those with a psychology degree, to get more information about those positions, and to learn more about what further education might be needed to achieve those goals. In addition to the resources on this site, you are welcome to come see the academic advisor to discuss your post-graduation plans and career options.
Use the following links to explore the many sub-fields in psychology to learn about possible careers in the field. Is a Psychology major right for you? What kind of training programs are there? What sorts of work do people do with a bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree in Psychology? Browse these for useful information!
*Most graduate programs will require students to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), click here for more information about the test.
Many students want to get recommendation letters on file before taking time off between graduating or applying. Others may want a supervisor, mentor, or faculty member to write a letter soon after a job, internship or class has ended so the experience is fresh in their mind. The CDC directs students to the interfolio service which allows you to store rec letters on file (for a fee) until you are ready to send them out.
Clinical Psychology Information Night 2012 (click here for slides)
For those interested in master's degree here is a list of "good" M.A. or M.S. clinical Counseling Programs:
Information about Licensing Requirements by State: This site will allow you to efficiently find license application materials, education requirements, supervision requirements, professional organizations and additional state specific requirements.
Last Updated: 3/13/14