April 28, at 2: In all likelihood, your undergraduate GPA will almost certainly impact your ability to obtain an assistantship.
There are not many though. Rachel permalink August 20, Hi there — thank you for the informative article! I am currently considering making a career change, and would like some input from you if you have the time.
I have a background in behavior analysis, with an undergraduate psychology degree from Western Michigan University.
Most of my research and practical experience as an undergraduate involved work on studies involving children and schools. I finished my masters degree in this area a couple of years ago, and have been working in a school system since then.
I am finding that I love certain aspects of my job: Other aspects have been trying. This is not always in the best interest of the children or the organization. I can make suggestions to a teacher based on evidence-based procedures e. I also do not enjoy the mountain of paperwork and special education procedure that goes along with my job.
I realize there would be major differences between the business world and schools, but they are effectively both organizations and some overarching concepts apply to both.
I am fairly sure I would want to pursue a Ph. I am a perfectionist and I am very driven once I decide to pursue a course of action, but I do not want to make the same mistake I did with School Psychology, and decide to make a career change without adequate justification or information.
I have spent some time looking at siop. Thank you so much for any input or advice you can provide!
Many of the things you describe low budgets, people trusting guts over data, excessive paperwork, etc are still present in a consulting environment.
Paperwork just shifts to recording billable hours — recording all of your activities in great detail to accurately charge clients for your time. The common element is a focus on using psychology to improve human resources and human resources processes.
In a sense, schools wants to remold you in their own stats image, and stats varies a great deal. I am however having problems finding out what would be the best courses to take before going on to graduate school.
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