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When you choose to study Psychology at Brescia, you will be given the opportunity to explore the complexity of our mind and behaviours from a variety of perspectives.

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    Take on an executive role in a club like the Brescia Psychology Association and develop a variety of transferable skills, from leadership to stakeholder engagement to budget oversight.

    Get involved in an experiential learning opportunity through BOLD Works or Impact Experience.

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    Meet employers and explore possibilities at Beyond Brescia · Connect with Brescia alumnae through the Professional Mentoring Program.

    Try a Career Trek and gain workplace knowledge with community employers.

    Stay up-to-date on employer info sessions across campus to learn more about who’s hiring and what skills are sought after.

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    Figuring out what’s next requires action and reflection: Talk through your action plan or next steps in a Career Group Advising session or book a one-on-one appointment with a SLC Career Advisor.

Our Psycology grads bring the following Brescia Competencies to the world

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    Self Awareness and Development

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    Inquiry & Analysis

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Your Degree at Work: Industries/Employers  

  • Human Services and healthcare: Social services/non-profit agencies, hospitals/healthcare providers, rehabilitation facilities, private practice, nursing homes/senior citizens’ centres, community mental health or outpatient clinics/programs
  • Career education and research: Public and private K-12 schools, colleges and universities, community organizations, boards of education, professional associations, museums, correctional institutions
  • Human Resources: Corporations, hospitals, employment agencies, educational institutions, non-profit organizations or government agencies
  • Non-profit: Service and youth organizations, community recreation centers, refugee service providers, shelters, residential treatment facilities or correctional institutions
  • Public/Social Policy: Municipal, Provincial, Federal governments, public interest groups or large business firms

 A Lifetime of Learning: Further Education

  • Masters in Theological Studies
  • Teacher’s College
  • MCISc Hearing Science
  • Masters in of Divinity (M.Div)
  • Diploma in Nonprofit Management
  • Masters in Philosophy
  • Masters in Theory and Criticism
  • Masters in Gender Studies
  • M.Ed in Counselling


  • Human Services and healthcare: Recreation coordinator or speech language pathologist
  • Non-profit: Community engagement coordinator or child and youth worker
  • Counselling: Mental health worker, primary crisis counsellor, therapist or addictions counsellor


  • Human Services and healthcare: Privacy consultant, London Health Sciences Centre, occupational therapist and psychometrist
  • Education and research: Teacher and senior researcher
  • Human Resources: Associate manager of global compliance and community relations associate