Carroll College, Helena Montana
Carroll Psychology Students


Psychology at Carroll College

What to Expect

If you are interested in any aspect of human or animal mental processes and behavior, the Carroll psychology department can help transform this interest into an exciting, rewarding learning experience and a successful career. Incorporating secular, humanistic and moral values within its curriculum, the Carroll psychology department specializes in giving students a solid background in the field that will prepare students for successful graduate work and/or for immediate entry into a wide variety of entry level careers. Carroll psychology students are heavily involved in the college and local community through activities such as presenting research, participating in practicum experiences, participating in the psychology club and working in mental health services organizations. A myriad of internship opportunities are available, including posts at Shodair Children’s Hospital, with Youth Dynamics Incorporated and with the Helena Police Department. Practical experience combined with extensive laboratory training and rigorous academic course offerings make the department’s curriculum interesting, accessible and meaningful.

Life After Graduation

Psychology is perhaps the most versatile of all degrees as it can prepare you for careers in virtually any endeavor that involves working with and around other people. With a bachelor degree in psychology students will find employment opportunities in:

• College Admissions  
• Financial Aid
• Advertising/ marketing                     
• Child/youth/elder care
• Community Service
• Consulting Services
• Costumer Service
• Employee Relations
• Government Services 2
• Human Resources 
• Law Enforcement
• Personal services
• Public relations
• Social services
• Substance abuse services
• Teaching
• Volunteer services

Many graduates of Carroll’s psychology program have gone on to pursue graduate degrees at schools such as Pacific University, University of Oregon, University of Montana, Montana State University, and Idaho State University.


The Psychology Program also sponsors a chapter of Psi Chi, the American Psychological Association's national honor society for college Psychology students. Psi Chi provides opportunities for students to become closer to the academic and professional communities in Psychology through conferences, presentations, and special events each year. Psychology students at Carroll may also join the campus Psychology Club.