A psychology degree is one of the most diverse degrees you can earn. This is especially true of a Spelman psychology degree, through which you will gain critical thinking, interpersonal, writing, and research skills, in addition to practical, substantive knowledge on human behavior. Depending on your interests, courses, and extracurricular activities, your psychology degree will prepare you for careers in social work, clinical practice, education, medicine, law, research, human affairs, public policy, and more. You can begin some careers just with a psychology bachelor's degree; for a long, yet incomplete, list of job positions that a bachelor's degree in psychology can prepare you for, check out this link from the American Psychological Association: https://www.apa.org/ed/precollege/psn/2018/01/bachelors-degree
. In addition, some careers may require a graduate degree; Spelman’s psychology program provides excellent graduate degree readiness.