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|PSY 1002 - Careers in Psychology|
This course explores the numerous career pathways open to psychology graduates. Pathways that involve entering the workforce directly are discussed alongside more specialized career paths that typically require graduate study. Students will also identify and develop professional skills to help them meet their career goals, and will learn about resources within and outside Temple that they can use to meet these goals. After completing the course, students will have an application-ready resume (or curriculum vitae) and will have the knowledge and information to find and apply for internships, opportunities to gain research experience, and employment after graduation. Because there is significant overlap in course content, students will receive credit for only one of these courses: CLA 1002, CJ 1002, ENG 1801, HIST 1012, NSCI 1002, POLS 1002, PSY 1002, SOC 1002.
Credit Hours: 1.000
Levels: NonDegree Continuing Undergrad, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Base Lecture
Department: CLA:Psychology & Neuroscience