If you are interested in more information on graduate schools, certain fields of study in psychology, or psychology associations, please explore the following web sites that we find helpful, or feel free to contact one of the Psychology Department faculty members.
Many psychology majors plan to attend graduate school after their undergrad education at Messiah. If you are curious about what to look for in a graduate program, or want tips on how to apply or learn what quality graduate programs require from their applicants, these web sites will be helpful for you.
With so many sub-fields and various disciplines within the field of psychology, finding information and choosing a career path can be overwhelming! This list of web pages is broken down by discipline into several sections so that you can find information on any particular area of psychology in which you are interested.
There are many Psychology Associations that serve as resources not only to students but to professionals as well! Published research, networking opportunities, conference topics and dates and much more information is available through these Psychology Association web sites.
Over the years, the Psychology Department has accumulated some very helpful pieces of literature that are available for student use. Some of these resources, found on the third floor in Boyer in the resource room, give advice on graduate school - from choosing a program to applying - while others detail the many kinds of job and career opportunities exist for psychology professionals.