Careers in Psychology

With a psychology degree from Rollins, you’ll be positioned to pursue a meaningful career that helps people make sense of their lives and helps organizations provide positive work experiences to their employees.

Thanks to our faculty and alumni, you’ll have a network of like-minded peers at your disposal to connect you with the booming career opportunities in Central Florida, where in Orange County alone jobs in health care and social assistance are projected to grow by an average of 23 percent over the next decade.

You’ll also have gained the critical-thinking skills, expertise, and experience to unlock your earning potential.

Opportunity Awaits

Finishing your psychology degree at Rollins is the key to advancing your career and unlocking your earning potential.

  • $81K

    Average annual salary for psychologists

  • 13,400

    Projected openings for psychologists every year on average over the next decade

  • Top10

    Florida is among the top 10 states for projected job growth for clinical psychologists

  • TopJobs

    Psychiatrist, psychologist, industrial psychologist, and school psychologist are all included in U.S News & World Report’s 100 Best Jobs rankings.

Top 10 Careers for Psychology Majors

With a bachelor’s degree in psychology, you’ll be prepared to pursue a range of careers in the mental health field.

• Addiction and recovery counselor
• Behavior analyst
• Child development specialist
• Clinical psychologist
• Psychology professor
• School counselor
• Social work case manager
• Sports psychologist
• Therapist
• Victims advocate

A counselor guides a small group of patients.

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