What do i do in this type of college major situation?
What do i do in this type of college major situation? i am thinking of majoring in psychology when I go to college. the colleges i am looking at have majors in behavioral science, biopsychology, neuropsychology, etc. (like Tufts University) if i want to major in industrial/organization psychology, what do i do if tufts doesn't offer that as a major? Do I just major in psychology and when I get my masters, then I specify it to be industrial/organizational OR do I go to a college that has psychology and marketing?
Asked By: 19 year old girl - 9/14/2008
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Undergraduates major in psychology and, depending on the school, select a concentration which are the areas you listed in your question. I can honestly say I've never heard of a college/university awarding a specialized undergraduate degree in psyc (if it does happen its rare... More
Answered By: S-Dot - 9/14/2008
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It doesn't matter what you specialize in at the undergraduate level, as long as you plan on pursuing graduate studies. A Master's degree will provide you with more specialized training, so if you decide to pursue a general psychology BA/BSc, that's fine. However, if graduate school is not in the cards for you, then I... More
Answered By: Jade - 9/14/2008
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