Help those in need


Helping the less fortunate. Concern for others.


As a USM psychology graduate, you’ll be prepared for careers designed to help those in desperate need.


In today’s market place, careers in the “helping professions” are among the fastest growing in the U.S. The University of Saint Mary Bachelor of Arts in psychology degree prepares graduates for a variety of rewarding careers, which include:
 

  • Case managers for public and private agencies

  • Mental health care

  • Criminal justice

  • Gerontology

  • Business management, education, and government


Some graduates jump immediately into careers in the mental health arena and social services, while others choose business, law, and education. Some head on to post-secondary graduate study in a range of fields including:
 

  • Psychology

  • Counseling

  • Social work

  • Law

  • Medicine


Many graduates earn salaries in the mid to upper $30,000s, based on education and experience. Earning potential is significantly higher for USM graduates who earn a master’s degree or Ph.D. and become licensed therapists or counselors.