Unlock diverse opportunities from your psychology degree.

Even after you’ve chosen to pursue a career in psychology, you may still wonder which path is best for you. Fortunately, the options are wide open. Because psychology is such a broad field of study, your skills are well suited to a wide range of careers.

Generally speaking, psychologists use their applied knowledge and research to service the community, or they choose to advance the discipline by pursuing basic research and teaching. But in reality, the line between research and application frequently overlaps since many professionals engage in both activities. The model of the scientist-practitioner is the standard for many graduate programs, and it is based on a combination of knowledge-seeking and practical application.

Job and Internship Opportunities

Find jobs and internships related to your degree in psychology by using Handshake, Adelphi’s online job recruiting service.

Specializations in Psychology

Because psychology is a broad field that encompasses many disciplines, most people choose to focus on one aspect. However, some professional psychologists still choose to pursue more than one specialty. Fortunately, there are many specialties to select from. The American Psychological Association (APA) offers a helpful listing as part of its Careers in Psychology resource.

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Professional Opportunities in Psychology

Today, the American Psychological Association (APA) recognizes more than 50,000 individuals who have earned a Ph.D., Psy.D. or Ed.D. from an accredited graduate school.

Learn more about the many professional opportunities in psychology by consulting your Adelphi adviser and networking with other students and professionals. Additional sources include:

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