Indiana University

Career Development Services for Psychology & Neuroscience Majors

Psychology and neuroscience majors have hundreds of career options. Our majors enter cutting-edge careers in business, information technology, marketing, medicine & allied health, law, research, education, social work, and beyond. You'll be most likely to meet your goals if you get started early and use all of the resources available to you.

Arts & Sciences Career Services (ASCS):
  • The IU Career Guides help students research careers and internships in 24 career interest areas.
  • Career Advising - drop-in or by appointment.
  • Events - internship and career fairs, networking nights, more.
  • Career Courses for any stage of career development.

The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences:

  • PSY P199, Career Planning, is required for all psychology majors. Enroll your sophomore year.
  • Articles and books of interest to many psychology and neuroscience majors - see Internships of Psychology & Neuroscience Majors and Explore Careers on the next few pages of this site.

Health Professions and Prelaw Center (HPPLC):


Kelley School of Business Undergraduate Career Services:

  • Kelley offers Minors and a Certificate to students in the College of Arts & Sciences. If you enroll in their Compass courses, you'll have access to UCS resources.

Continue to Internships of Psychology & Neuroscience Majors