Degrees and Careers
Pursuing Psychology Further
What kind of careers can studying psychology lead to, and what are the job prospects
This site contains links regarding online education all about psychology..
Scientific Problem Solvers-- Careers for the 21st Century
For any student considering a career
in psychology, explore this excellent introduction to psychology, the kinds
of work psychologists do, and the training required to become a psychologist,
prepared by the American Psychological Association (pdf format).
The Canadian Psychological Association provides answers to some frequently
asked questions about psychologists and their work (pdf format).
Lloyd's Careers in Psychology Page
This site, for those looking at a career in psychology, has an interesting section
on how to make the most of your undergraduate years.
and Careers in Psychology
This online manual, prepared by the University of Calgary, discusses job prospects
in psychology for those with a Bachelor’s degree, or an advanced degree.
School and Careers in Psychology
John Suler's page describes careers in psychology and graduate school training
routes, with a focus on counselling and psychotherapy.
You Choose a Psychology Major
About.com describes psychology as a major,
and gives a good idea of the range of careers in human services, with links
to more information.
This page provides tips on getting into a research-oriented graduate school
in psychology, and also has inside information on how admission decisions are
made and what you can do to increase your chances of acceptance (pdf format).
For those who are seriously interested in pursuing their education in psychology
beyond an undergraduate degree, this award-winning site is a great resource.
Has information on more than 700 Canadian universities, colleges, and career
colleges to help you make a choice.
Psychological Research at Canadian Universities
Where can I find out more about research in psychology at Canadian universities?
Departments in Canada
This site has links to all psychology departments across Canada.
This page has links to all psychology departments at Canadian universities
offering graduate programs, including programs in professional/counselling
and educational psychology.
Council of Professional Psychology Programs
The CCPPP represents psychology programs
and internships for training to become clinical psychologists, counseling psychologists,
and clinical neuropsychologists.
This downloadable guide has detailed descriptions of graduate psychology programs
at Canadian universities (pdf format).