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Life after CBU

After graduating, Behavioral Science students have pursued advanced degrees in School Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Community Counseling, and many other areas. With their BA students have started careers in such fields as human resources, research analysis, and law enforcement.

Employment Students Obtain with a B.A. in Psychology from CBU*

Baptist Nursing, Admissions
Director of Institutional Research
Harrah's, Research
Luminex Corporation
Mental Health Center, Emergency Service Clinician
Memphis Sexual Assault and Resource Center, Educator
News editor
Nursing
Pharmaceuticals
Police Officer
Sedgwick CMS
Servicemaster, Human Resources
St. Jude Head Trauma, Research
Sorority Development
Teaching
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Intern
True Green, Developer, Analyst

*Some jobs may require additional training

Graduate programs to which CBU graduates have been accepted Ph.D. Programs:

School Psychology
Cognitive Psychology
Audiology & Speech Language Pathology
Psychoanalysis
Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Higher Education
Social Psychology

Master’s Programs:

Community Counseling
School Psychology
Cognitive Psychology
Audiology & Speech Language Pathology
Interdisciplinary Administration
Social Work
Counseling Psychology
Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Elementary Education
Experimental Psychology
Community Agency Counseling
Rehabilitative Counseling
Business

Graduate School and Career Resources:

PsychGrad.org
Marky Lloyd's Careers in Psychology Webpage

A Psychology Student Handbook (Hanover College)

Graduate Resource Page (University of Northern Illinois)

Getting into Graduate School in Psychology (East Carolina University)

Graduate School and Careers in Psychology (Rider University)

Applying to Graduate School (Sonoma State University)

Preparing for Graduate School (Kent State University)