Careers in Psychology

The B.S. program in psychology provides exceptional levels of preparation for admission to graduate study and professional graduate programs (e.g., medicine, veterinary science, pharmacy, law, etc.) Psychology graduates take positions in all types of employment sectors, such as: industrial psychology, market research, research and development, mental health services, justice, medicine, forensics, human factors, brain research, human-computer interaction, logistics, test development, clinical psychology, high school and college teaching.

• Georgia Tech ranks first in the nation in terms of the annual percentage return on investment whereby lifetime salary is compared to tuition costs [1].

• The U.S. Department of Labor reports that the average salary of psychologists is $86,510 [2].