Psychology is the scientific study of how people behave, think, and feel. Psychologists study everything about the human experience from the basic workings of the human brain to consciousness, memory, reasoning, and language to personality and mental health. Psychology courses will introduce you to, and develop your understanding of the relationship between the mind, brain, and behaviour, and how this has an effect on society as a whole.
Equipped with knowledge and a set of skills you will be able to choose between a career path in both arts and scientific fields, depending on your personal interest. With job possibilities within public and private healthcare, education, mental health support, social work, therapy, and counselling performed roles may be advisory, research-led, treatment-led or therapeutic. Psychology degrees allow pursuing also a number of less typical roles including jobs in media and other creative industries.
There are many different options available to the students of psychology, depending on your interests and specialisation of your study. You can work as
Human resource manager.
Roles in Marketing are not any longer restricted for management students, a Psychologist is prefered to understand the customer and their needs better.