The undergraduate major in Psychology can lead to further training at the graduate level, function as a major within a general liberal arts degree, or offer some degree of specialization in such areas as developmental psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, and community mental health. Job opportunities with a bachelor's degree include working in business, social welfare, and health care. For more career information see an adviser in the Undergraduate Psychology Office. To function specifically as a psychologist, a graduate degree is required. Students with such an interest should plan for this additional training.
The following link is to the American Psychological Association’s website that provides information about different areas of specialization: http://www.apa.org/students/brochure/subfields.html