I'm a philosophy major with a minor in social science (politics, psychology, sociology). I'm currently a junior about to start my 6th semester. Hopefully, I'll graduate in 2010 from the University of Central Florida. After graduating, I want to get my masters in something more practical and with my interest in social theory (Frankfurt school), I think psychology is very compatible as a career for me. As a major in philosophy, I've studied the philosophy of mind, ethics, existentialism, feminism, and post-structuralism. Before I graduate, I hope to study more subjects dealing with critical thinking such as these to further my skills in assessing and rectifying issues. As a career, I would like to work in hospitals or in rehabilitating people as a psychologist. Particularly, I'm interested in Behavior Analysis and was wondering how can I prepare for grad school? I ask this in term of being able to understand and be able to follow the pace of the program. Also, I want to prepare to better my chance of being accepted into Grad school. Up until now, I don't think I have done anything substantial to put in a resume and I'm afraid time is running out. I'm looking for schools in Florida. Particularly I was wondering about Florida International University, University of South Florida, Florida State University, and University of Florida. I aim at going to one of these schools because of the in-state tuition, but I plan to move out of state (pacific northwest or northeast). I don't know if that matter. Also, where can I get more information in book format about what I want in terms of Behavior Analysis, grad school, and applying these studies into real world and career.