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JCU is among the 4 in 10 Psychology programs that offer a careers in psychology course. All JCU students declaring Psychology majors in Fall 2019 or later are required to take PS 190, a hybrid course with comprehensive information and guidance on professional development topics in psychology. Major topics include careers in Psychology with a Bachelor’s degree and preparation for graduate applications at the Masters and Doctoral level. Students are encouraged to take this as early as possible.

Recent graduates

Recent JCU psychology graduates have pursued successful careers at a variety of businesses, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations, including:

  • Applewood Center, Cleveland
  • Behavior Intervention Specialists, St Louis
  • Bellefaire JCB
  • Behavior Intervention Specialists, St Louis
  • Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging
  • BrightEdge
  • Cleveland Clinic
  • Daily Behavioral Health
  • Gloria's Way
  • Groundwork Ohio, Columbus
  • Infinite Arthroscopy Inc
  • Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore
  • Kidslink Neurobehavioral Center
  • Lerner Center for Autism
  • Monarch Center for Autism
  • National Safety Apparel Board,
  • Oberlin College
  • Progressive Insurance
  • Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital
  • Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
  • The Emily Program
  • TTI, Milwaukee
  • University Hospitals
  • Walden Behavioral Care
Psychology jobs

A list of jobs available to psychology majors can be found at

Career Center

The Center for Career Services helps students define, redefine, and/or get started on that path by connecting them to opportunities and alumni, employers, and other mentors who can help  throughout their time at JCU and beyond.

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Internships give students the opportunity to see if particular career options are for them. They provide valuable experience and networking contacts as well as course credit. Psychology students can select from a wide variety of options.