Exploring the Human Psyche
Why do we do the things we do? Find out by exploring the psychology of the human mind and its role in behavior, relationships, and development while pursuing you psychology degree. Participate in on-campus research studies to prepare for your career in counseling, social work, human resources and much more.
An undergraduate degree in psychology opens doors to a variety of career opportunities, both in psychology and in other fields. Just some of the careers include:
- Counselor’s assistant
- Social worker
- Administrative manager
- Program and project manager
- Human resource manager
- Sales associate
In our senior surveys, over the past few years between 75% and 96% of seniors report they are currently employed. Many students who are currently in graduate school, may report they not yet employed full-time. Student placements reflect the diversity of career options available to students with Bachelor’s degrees in psychology: human resources, working in health organizations, and working in the business sector.
Given the wide range of jobs available to the psychology graduate, the salary range is also highly dependent on the type of work a person does after graduation. For example, social workers and counselor’s assitants with a bachelor’s degree make between $28,200 to $41,380 each year. Human resource specialists managers often make considerably more with a starting starting salaries over $50,000.