On graduating, Experimental Psychology students are able to demonstrate numerous skills that many employers recognize and need for their organizations. These include: the design, use and analysis of various research techniques, the collection and analysis of data, the critical analysis of literature, independent learning skills, team working skills, oral and written communication skills, IT skills, statistical and numerical skills. Therefore, Master’s degree in Experimental Psychology can serve as a terminal degree or preparation for further graduate study. These research-based degree are focused on preparing students for careers in research. Students often focus on a specialty area such as cognitive psychology, human factors, developmental psychology or social psychology. This type of degree would prepare students for job as research assistants, lab managers and market researchers. These are by no means the only potential jobs.