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  • What do you do with a Psychology degree?

    Wofford graduates who majored in psychology are doing great things with their degrees. Recent graduates are working as:

    • > Psychologist
    • > Marriage and Family Therapist
    • > Child Psychologist
    • > Behavioral Health Consultant
    • > Professional Counselor
    • > Psychotherapist
    • > Mental Health Therapist
    • > School psychologist
    • > College Counselor
    • > Guidance Counselor
    • > Physician
    • > Surgeon
    • > Ophthalmologist
    • > Pediatrician
    • > Neurologist
    • > Dentist
    • > Oral Surgeon
    • > Social Worker
    • > Attorney
    • > Psychometrist

    For an in-depth look at what 800 Wofford psychology majors are doing, visit our Career Outcomes page.
     

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  • In the Work Force

    Wofford Psychology Graduates

    Psychology majors at Wofford spend four years developing critical and analytical thinking, research and writing skills that transfer to a wide array of career paths and prepare you for success in graduate school.  Some typical jobs that psychology majors are prepared for include:

    • Social worker
    • School psychologist
    • Clinical psychologist
    • Lawyer
    • Counseling psychologist
    • Physician (internist, psychiatrist, or other specialist)
    • Health care administrator
    • Psychotherapist

    *Please note that some of these careers require additional schooling beyond an undergraduate degree.