Review the various specialties within the field of psychology (this list isn’t exhaustive) and discuss which one you would be interested in pursuing if you had to. There is also the option of simply being a general clinical psychologist and that’s fine! After all, that can be its own specialty (in my opinion). What interests you about your chosen branch of psychology (i.e., health, forensic, industrial-organizational, etc.)? How is your chosen specialty different in the military setting?

part 2

Now that we are very close to the end, write about what you’ve learned about military psychology. How does your knowledge compare to what you knew before or at the start of the semester? What are similar roles between military and civilian psychologists? How might those roles be uniquely performed in the military? Lastly, what are some opportunities unique to military psychology?