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One of the most common career outcomes for those who earn their bachelor’s degree in psychology is a career in business. With a background in psychology, business professionals can better understand how to handle a variety of situations. Psychology students learn the ways in which human think, what motivates them, what underlies decision making processes and much more. These attributes can lend themselves well to many field in business, including marketing, human resources, and business management.
Business School Rankings: US News and World Report
UM Business: Ross School of Business Programs (the Master of Management is a particularly good choice for Psychology majors)
Criminology draws heavily from both psychology and sociology. To become an expert in criminology, you need what you need to become an expert in most other subjects: a lot of education. Most social science researchers have graduate degrees.
Criminology School Rankings: US News and World Report
Students who have majored in Psychology or BCN paired with pre-health track, tend to do quite well when applying to medical schools, nursing programs, physical therapy and dental schools.
Nursing School Rankings: US News and World Report
Medical School Rankings: US News and World Report
Physical Therapy Rankings: US News and World Report
Information Systems graduate programs provide students with the skills to serve as the connection between the technical and business areas of an organization. Business, managerial and technical aspects of information systems are studied in order to gain an understanding of the integration of organizations and systems. You will learn to collaborate with others to solve problems, and then design, analyze, implement, deploy and evaluate computer systems that are vital to the modern world.
Library and Information Sciences Rankings: US News and World Report