• Career & Postgraduate Opportunities

    Expertise in the field of psychology is highly desired by many industries. Hamline graduates apply their degree to a variety of fields and occupations, including:

    • Graduate and professional school
    • Human resources
    • Behavior Analyst
    • Public relations
    • Market research
    • Group home counselor
    • Direct care provider
    • Substance abuse counselor
    • Community outreach coordinator
    • Youth worker
    • Rehabilitation aid
    • Private practice
    • Research and academics
    • Therapy and counseling
    • Business
    • Politics
    • Teaching and guidance counseling  

    Hamline Hazelden Collaboration

     The Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies (HGSAS) will consider early applications for its graduate level programs submitted by Hamline University students who have a minimum overall GPA of 3.30 at the time of application. Applications for admissions will be considered up to 18 months in advance of expected enrollment at the HGSAS. Applicants must meet the criteria for admission as specified at the HGSAS website. All components the application process, including letters of reference, an interview, and a personal essay, must be completed.

    Interested students are encouraged to complete four or more of the following Hamline University courses prior to their matriculation to the HGSAS: Abnormal Psychology, Addictive Disorders, Psychopathy and Antisocial Personality Disorders, Applied Health Psychology, Disorders of Childhood, Psychology of Emotion, Clinical Psychology, Theories of Psychotherapy, Cross-Cultural Psychology, and/or an internship in psychology or related discipline (e.g. criminal justice, public health sciences).

    If you are interested or require more information, please contact Robin Parritz (rparritz@hamline.edu) or Serena King (sking02@hamline.edu) or visit the HGSAS website (www.hazelden.edu).

  • Career Development Center

    Learn more about career paths, transferable skills, and relevant organizations that relate to a major in Psychology.

    Download a career information sheet for your major from the Career Development Center. You may also contact the Career Development Center at 651-523-2302 or workshop@hamline.edu for more information.