Because the programs in Psychology or Neuroscience can prepare you for many possible careers, it is important to begin thinking early about your career-relevant interests and skills.
Your Psychological & Brain Sciences advisor can help you reflect and plan ahead, coordinating the coursework for your major with other components of your degree, such as minors or certificates.
Graduates with the bachelor's degree have become educators, marketers and advertisers, researchers, managers, social services providers, counseling aides, non-profit directors, human resources specialists, consultants, entrepreneurs, police or probation officers, and much more.
Psychology and Neuroscience students are well prepared for entry into graduate programs in a wide variety of fields, including health care, law, business, public policy, education, research and academia, and mental health care. With careful planning, in consultation with the Health Professions and Prelaw Center, students can prepare for entrance to medical school.