Some students who receive a degree in Psychology (either B.A. or B.Sc) or Behavioural Neuroscience go on to graduate school or study for professional degrees. However, a degree from the Department of Psychology can serve as excellent training for a wide variety of career choices.
The Career Development & Experiential Learning centre (UC-4002 in the Smallwood Centre) is there to help you explore your career options; provide employment programs that will give you practical, hands-on experience in your area of interest; connect you with employers and job opportunities in your career search.
If you are pursing a B.A. in Psychology, you can contact Denise Reynolds, Senior Career Development Co-ordinator Faculty of Arts, UC-4002G, 864-7074, email@example.com. You may also be interested in visiting the ArtsWorks Program for information on a career exploration program for Arts students.
If you are pursuing a B.Sc. in Psychology or Behavioural Neuroscience, you can contact Stephanie Hartery, Science Career Development Co-ordinator, in UC-4002H, 864-6236, firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also be interested in visiting Science Matters for information on career mentoring for Science students.