Careers in Psychology
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.
Student Life offeres a number of programs and resources that empower students to explore how their interests, aptitudes and values, along with their skills and experiences, can shape their career choices. Check out their career resources here.
If you are pursing a B.A. in Psychology, you can contact Andrea Keating, Career Development Co-ordinator, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at 864-8363 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also be interested in visiting her website for information on a career exploration for Arts students.
If you are pursuing a B.Sc. in Psychology or Behavioural Neuroscience, you may be interested in visitingthe Career Advice for Science Students website for events, workshops, talks and information on career mentoring for Science students.