The Psychology major offers opportunities to acquire and develop a number of skills valued by employers, the community and graduate school admissions committees.
Because psychology graduates have skills in analyzing, evaluating, problem-solving, understanding human behavior and communicating, they are prepared generically for jobs in many fields: sales, management, social services, education, health care, human resources, law enforcement, banking, research, fund raising, public relations, counseling, etc.
Bachelor of Arts (100% online)
Accelerated BS Psychology/Experimental MS Psychology
Ph.D., Experimental Psychology
Affiliated with Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies: Specialization in Translational Neuroscience
Our program is also affiliated with B.S. in Neuroscience
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