Psychology is a diverse field and attracts students with varied interests. We encourage all psychology majors to pursue their interests through careful planning of their psychology and non-psychology coursework, participation in experiential learning opportunities, and study abroad.
Here are just some ways our majors can shape their experience at Providence College:
Our majors go on to work, study, and serve in a wide variety of fields. Recent graduates have committed to years of service to organizations like Capuchin Youth & Family Ministries; have entered the workforce as teachers, sales associates, and research assistants; and have been accepted into graduate programs in Marriage and Family Therapy, Speech Language and Pathology, Behavioral Neuroscience, and Developmental Psychology.
PSY 350 Information Packet
Independent Study Guide
Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology
Article on Prerequisite Courses for Admission into APA-Accredited Clinical and Counseling Psychology Programs (accessible on campus only)
Psych Web Careers Page