Along with the graduates who can serve in the field of health, psychology has a scope to provide services to various sectors in the fields of information generation, data collection, data analysis, development of measurement tools, using scales and reporting. There are some subfields of psychology such as clinical psychology, developmental psychology, experimental psychology, cognitive psychology, social psychology, and industrial and organizational psychology. Each of these subfields has their own subfields. These subfields may be associated with one or more of the subfields. For example, health psychology is associated with both clinical and social psychology.
In order to provide a multi-faceted assessment of human behavior, psychology offers theoretical knowledge as well as an applied aspect. Applied fields of psychology give an opportunity to conduct related projects. It is possible for psychologists with such a foundation to be employed in a wide range of sectors, as well as to establish and maintain their own businesses.