Monday, September 14, 2015

Psychology Fast Facts

Over the past ten years 96% of the graduates from our program who have pursued graduate studies have been accepted, and the broad training we provide our students prepares them for a variety of career options.  While many of our students pursue graduate degrees in counseling, there are many other career paths for psychology majors, as highlighted by the following institutions and programs to which our students have been accepted over the past five years:

Ashland Theological Seminary
Clinical Counseling

Barry University

Bowling Green State University
Clinical Psychology

Case Western Reserve University
Social Work

Gannon University
Occupational Therapy

George Mason University
Public Policy/Administration

Heidelberg University

John Carroll University

Kent State University
Higher Education Administration

Marymount University
Forensic Psychology

New Mexico State University
Social Work/Public Health

Palmer College of Chiropractic

Saint Louis University
Industrial Organizational Psychology

Tiffin University
Criminal Behavior

University of Akron
Community Counseling
Marriage and Family Therapy
Social Work
Industrial and Organizational Psychology

University of Dayton
School Psychology

University of Findlay
Occupational Therapy

Miami University (OH)
Speech and Language Pathology