I recently received an email from a reader who had earned an undergraduate degree in a different field, but is now seriously thinking of switching to psychology for graduate school. "Is this even possible?" she wondered.
Another reader also posed a similar question in the psychology forum. So, can you switch to psychology if you've previously earned a degree in a different field? The answer is yes, but there are some important things you should consider before you decide to take this step. Graduate programs might expect you to complete certain prerequisite courses and take the GRE before you apply, all of which takes time.
Learn more about where to begin, the things you should consider, and the steps you need to take in order to switch to psychology for graduate school.