Graduates of Psychology have the opportunity to work in a wide range of work areas in private or public institutions and organizations. They can specialize in various sub-disciplines such as clinical, developmental, education, personnel, social, forensic, experimental, industry or psychometric psychology by completing a master’s degree. They can work in administrative positions in institutions and organizations related to their areas of expertise.
Psychologists who specialize in their fields can work in hospitals, polyclinics and mental health centers, rehabilitation centers, drug addiction centers, family health centers, neuropsychology laboratories, prisons, non-governmental organizations, nursing homes and geriatric care centers, kindergartens, human resources departments of companies, the advertising industry and sports teams or schools after completing their pedagogical formation.
They can also be employed in various ministries such as the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Family and Social Policy and the Ministry of Interior. Furthermore, they can also pursue an academic career upon the completion of their graduate degree.