How To Become A Business Analyst With A Psychology Degree?

I just graduated in December 2006 from the University of Kentucky. My degree is in Psychology, but I have a passion for financial analysis and business developement. I was involved with a wonderful small business throughout college in which I was able to manage all of the financial/customer/business data and use it to help grow the company (a lot.)

However, now that I am out of college and want to move into a sustainable career (i.e. support my family with pay and benefits,) I am finding it difficult to pursue my passion. My wife and I want to move to the Central Florida area (where we were engaged, honeymooned, etc.) I have applied for dozens of analyst jobs down there, but, as of yet, no bite. How does one “break into” this field?

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One Response to "How To Become A Business Analyst With A Psychology Degree?"

  1. Tara W   November 30, 2010 at 3:33 am

    Most analyst positions require a degree in Accounting at minimum, and many want a CPA. Take classes in accounting and maybe you’ll get closer to your goal.

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