Careers, Graduate School, and Professional Associations.
What Can I do with a Bachelorís in Psychology?
There are many employment opportunities for individuals with a Bachelorís degree in Psychology. Use the links below to research different careers and learn more about them.
- American Psychological Association: Careers In Psychology
- What can I do with a degree in Psychology?
- Major to Career Guide
- Careers in Psychology
- Bureau of Labor Statistics-Occupational Outlook Handbook: type into the search bar careers such as “School Psychologist,” “Occupational Therapist,” and “Substance Abuse Counselor” to learn more about employment trends and median salaries.
- O*NET: At the top right, type in different careers to learn more.
Jobs/Careers in Psychology
Use the following websites to find current job openings.
- Certified Addictions Counselor
- Possible Psychology-related careers with different levels of education
- Psychology Jobs
- Colorado Association of Non-Profit Organizations
- Nonprofit Times Jobs
- Opportunity Knocks
- Social Service.com
- The Mentor Network
- US Department of Health & Human Services
- US Department of Housing & Urban Development
- Simply Hired
- Get help with graduate school applications, resumes, cover letters, etc.
Graduate School Links
Graduate school is the next step for some individuals who have a Bachelors degree in Psychology. Use the links below to learn more about different graduate degrees in Psychology, as well as schools and Universities that offer them. There are also a few links.
- Are you on the right path?
- Social and Behavioral Sciences Graduate Programs
- Peterson's Graduate Schools
University of Northern Colorado Graduate Degrees in Psychology & Counseling:
- Educational Psychology, MA
- Educational Psychology, PhD
- Counselor Education and Supervision, PhD
- School Counseling, MA
- Clinical Counseling, MA
- Couples and Family Clinical Counseling, MA
- Rehabilitation Counseling, MA
- Counseling Psychology, PhD
- School Psychology, PhD
Professional Associations are a great way to stay connected to the professional world of psychology. Being a member of a professional association allows you to stay up-to-date on the latest findings, upcoming conferences, networking opportunities, as well as current job postings.
- American Counseling Association (ACA)
- American Educational Research Association (AERA)
- Association for Psychological Science (APS)
- American Psychological Association (APA)
- Rocky Mountain Psychological Association (RMPA)
General Psychology Information:
Below are several links where you can learn more about the field of Psychology, as well as specific branches of it.