Question by Laertes: How do I prepare/qualify for psychology grad school if I didn’t study it as an undergrad?
I recently graduated college with a BA in Film/TV production. I’ve become interested in pursuing psychology but I haven’t taken any psych classes or internships related to psychology while in school. If I wanted to apply to a masters program what would I have to do to get the necessary qualifications?
Answer by GreyRainbow
You should definately look at getting some of the basic psych courses under your belt before you get into your masters or you will find your self devastignly lost and behind, from the other students with strong psych backgrounds.
Try taking a few courses from all of the psych subfields like: the human mind, sociology and psychology, behaviour in animals, people, serial killers, etc.. psychology from a medical perspective, and therapeutical perspective..
take all intro courses it’ll give you a better understanding..
As a person who only wishes you the best in this endeavour, I think that you should take some psych classes, ity’s not like jumping into law school you must have some background..!!
good luck rubber duck
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