With a degree in psychology , you are particularly qualified to work in fields where empirical-analytical skills and profound knowledge of quantitative methods are in high demand. You can either work in the public service or in the private sector. There is no set career path for social scientists. Instead, students specialize in their studies through internships, part-time jobs, or volunteer work, which helps to hone their individual profiles.
Many psychologists work in human resources. They recruit employees for open positions, organize the further development of employees as Human Resource managers or develop application processes for companies, such as e.g. an assessment center. Psychologists also support companies in further developing their human resources strategy.
In the field of organizational development or change management, psychologists shape change processes directly at companies or at consultancy firms.
If you complete a master’s degree, you can pursue an academic career. The master’s program in Psychology is the perfect choice if you plan to continue your academic training with a doctoral program in order to pursue a career in science and research.