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The department contains a full complement of teaching, practicum and research facilities, including the Psychology Clinic for Assessment, Therapy, and Research. Other university and off-campus facilities include a well-stocked library and several computer labs. Atlanta has a full range of practicum sites and some internship sites. Numerous regional, state, metro and private institutions offer client populations, personnel and equipment that may accommodate student research and training interests.
If you are a psychology major interested in pursuing a career in psychology or a psychology-related field, there are many options available to you. Although you may choose to join the workforce after receiving your bachelor’s degree, most careers in psychology require a graduate degree. The process of learning about these graduate programs and potential careers demands dedicated time and effort on your part. In order to support your exploration, the Psychology Department offers several resources to assist you. The course "Careers in Psychology" is taught several times a year. This course outlines career options and helps prepare you for graduate school or the workforce. The department also has a peer advisement program, the Psychology Pipeline Project and faculty to answer your questions.
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