EXPAND YOUR MIND WITH A PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR
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Psychology is a rich, diverse discipline. It provides us with insight into understanding ourselves, inspiration for how to achieve greater personal fulﬁllment, and pointers for achieving our
Psychology is also applied to a variety of issues that impact health and daily life including:
What can you do with a Psychology major? By nature, Liberal Arts majors make great employees in any ﬁeld because of their ability to communicate eﬀectively, think critically and solve complex problems. These timeless skills make them attractive to employers in all walks of society.
behavior, statistical analysis, critical
• Motivation • Development • Learning • Memory • Productivity
goals. The skills you gain as a Psychology major — skills like understanding human
“We know what we are, but not what
• Happiness • Creativity
we may be.” Ophelia in Hamlet
evaluation, and communication — will help you in any ﬁeld you choose to pursue.
Because psychology is so diverse in its focus and research, it prepares students for a wide variety of careers. It helps students develop universally useful skills like communication, analytical thinking, and a proﬁciency with statistics and data. You’ll learn a variety of research methods, how to implement those methods ethically, and how to evaluate the data that is derived. These skills are valuable not only in jobs involving intensive research, but also many diﬀerent data-driven industries. You will graduate with a degree that leaves you wellequipped for nearly any job, but Psychology majors typically pursue careers in: • Social Services • Human Resources • Case Management • Mental Health Services • Physical Health and Wellness • Crisis Work • Rehabilitation Services • Performance Enhancement • Testing/Assessment
Still not sure it’s for you? If you’re interested in the ﬁeld but you’re not sure it’s your life’s goal, a psychology minor can provide you with a basic background in the fundamentals needed to enhance your understanding of human behavior.