First, Congratulations on your upcoming graduation next year. Its important to focus on that since thats your foundation.
As far as options for psychology major students, I know of psychology undergraduates who pursue counseling as a career path where there are many options. it could be clinical psychologist, behavioral counseling, substance abuse counseling, education counseling (school/college counselors) etc.
A good resource for psychology majors intending a future career in psychology is the website of American Psychology Association http://www.apa.org/careers/index.aspx
Any counseling career would require a graduate degree or a PhD/PsyD depending on what you choose to do.
However, if you do not know whether counseling is your passion or not, you should try to identify some practising psychologists in your city (your college psychology faculty would be a good resource) and understand what the profession is all about, what do they like about it and what are the drawbacks. A good question to an experienced professional is - what would you do differently as a college undergraduate with the knowledge gained through your experience?
another way to gauge your passion or aptitude for career choice is taking an aptitude test.
Both of the above are free assessments and would help you narrow potential choices based on your preferences.
Hope this helps you in planning your career