Master`s Level Options

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MASTERS-LEVEL CAREER OPTIONS FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS
Please note that the following jobs also require completion of the relevant licensing exams
Interest
Job
Education
Special Education Teacher
specializing in emotional
and behavioral conditions
School Psychologist
In addition to a
bachelor’s degree in
psychology, you would
also need to complete:
M.A. or M. Ed. degree
program in education
Specialist-level program
in School Psychology
(needs to be NASP accredited)
School Counselor
M.A. or M.S. in school
counseling (needs to be
CACREP accredited)
Medicine
Psychiatric nurse (RN with BSN)
OR
Advanced Practice Psychiatric
Nurse (APRN)
Allied Medical Professions Child Life Specialist
Genetic Counselor
Post-baccalaureate
programs in nursing
(Accelerated BSN or Alternate
Entry Master of Science in
Nursing)
Certification as a Child
Life Specialist (CCLS)
Master’s program in
Genetic Counseling (needs
to be ABGC accredited)
Psychiatric Social Worker
M.S.W degree in Social
Work (can also pursue L.I.C.S.W
credential)
Chemical Dependency
Counselor (LCDC)
Licensed Marriage and
Family Therapist (LMFT)
Associates degree OR
certificate in Addictions
Counseling
M.S. or M.A. in
Marriage, Couple and
Family Counseling (needs
to be COAMFTE & CACREP
accredited)
Licensed Professional
Counselor (LPC)
M.A. or M.S. degree in
Clinical Mental Health
Counseling (needs to be
CACREP accredited)
Licensed Psychological
Associate (LPA)
The LPA credential is only available
in North Carolina and Texas
Master’s degree in
clinical or counseling
psychology
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