Alumni

What do Haverford Psychology Majors do after they graduate?

All Class Years
2010–14
2000–09
1990–99
1980–89
1979 and earlier

    • 16%

      Clinical Psychiatry / Psychology / Social Work


    • 21%

      Medicine / Public Health


    • 11%

      Experimental Psychology / Neuroscience


    • 21%

      Education (Administration and K-12 Teaching)


    • 13%

      Business / Finance


    • 8%

      Law


    • 3%

      Arts


    • 3%

      Writing / Editing


    • 19%

      Other


    • 17%

      Clinical Psychiatry / Psychology / Social Work


    • 26%

      Medicine / Public Health


    • 9%

      Experimental Psychology / Neuroscience


    • 21%

      Education (Administration and K-12 Teaching)


    • 13%

      Business / Finance


    • 10%

      Law


    • 5%

      Arts


    • 2%

      Writing / Editing


    • 17%

      Other


    • 19%

      Clinical Psychiatry / Psychology / Social Work


    • 22%

      Medicine / Public Health


    • 8%

      Experimental Psychology / Neuroscience


    • 21%

      Education (Administration and K-12 Teaching)


    • 13%

      Business / Finance


    • 15%

      Law


    • 3%

      Arts


    • 1%

      Writing / Editing


    • 15%

      Other


    • 22%

      Clinical Psychiatry / Psychology / Social Work


    • 21%

      Medicine / Public Health


    • 10%

      Experimental Psychology / Neuroscience


    • 25%

      Education (Administration and K-12 Teaching)


    • 13%

      Business / Finance


    • 3%

      Law


    • 4%

      Arts


    • 4%

      Writing / Editing


    • 16%

      Other


    • 12%

      Clinical Psychiatry / Psychology / Social Work


    • 20%

      Medicine / Public Health


    • 10%

      Experimental Psychology / Neuroscience


    • 19%

      Education (Administration and K-12 Teaching)


    • 13%

      Business / Finance


    • 8%

      Law


    • 3%

      Arts


    • 3%

      Writing / Editing


    • 22%

      Other


    • 12%

      Clinical Psychiatry / Psychology / Social Work


    • 13%

      Medicine / Public Health


    • 17%

      Experimental Psychology / Neuroscience


    • 22%

      Education (Administration and K-12 Teaching)


    • 14%

      Business / Finance


    • 3%

      Law


    • 2%

      Arts


    • 3%

      Writing / Editing


    • 24%

      Other

Data from 985 Psychology Department alums graduating between 1945 and 2014; total percentages sum to more than 100% due to alums working in multiple fields. Data analysis by Psychology major Keri Cronin '18.

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