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Courses in psychology give students an understanding of a wide variety of human behaviors and an appreciation of the concepts and methodology employed in the study of psychology. The major in psychology is suitable for students interested in preparing for careers in social welfare, personnel work, guidance, advertising, criminology, military and industrial counseling and other therapeutic occupations, as well as graduate study in psychology which would lead to careers in teaching at the junior or senior college level, school psychology, tests and measurements, guidance and counseling, vocational guidance, clinical occupations, and experimental research.

CAREER PATHS

The major in psychology is suitable for students interested in preparing for careers in social welfare, personnel work, guidance, advertising, criminology, military and industrial counseling and other therapeutic occupations, as well as graduate study in psychology which would lead to careers in teaching at the junior or senior college level, school psychology, tests and measurements, guidance and counseling, vocational guidance, clinical occupations, and experimental research.

 

Psychology Major, Minor, and Careers

Staff Contacts

Dr. Alexander Swan

Psychology Program Contact

aswan@eureka.edu (309) 467-6814

Burgess Hall – Room 106B
300 East College Ave.
Eureka, IL 61530

Dr. Marygrace Kaiser

mgkaiser@eureka.edu (309) 467-6400

Burgess Hall - Room 105
300 East College Ave.
Eureka, IL 61530

99%

Eureka graduates who are employed or in graduate school within 6 months of graduation.