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Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

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At a Glance

4-Year

Program

Online or
On Campus

120

Credit Hours

3

Concentration Options

Psychology —
Bachelor of Arts Program

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Learn more about yourself and how to help others with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Post University. Conveniently offered online or on campus, the curriculum emphasizes a solid foundation in the fundamentals of psychology and explores various sub-fields to help you explore fields like mental health, counseling, education, research, or even business. You could use your bachelor’s degree to pursue potential opportunities in the field or as a springboard toward a graduate education. Our program also offers the ability to customize your degree to your future goals with one of three concentration options, including:

  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Human Development, Education, and Health
  • Industrial/Organizational Psychology

During your coursework, you will have the opportunity to learn what it takes to:

  • Solve problems related to human behavior and mental processes
  • Apply scientific research methods in psychology
  • Evaluate psychological research and practice in the light of ethical standards
  • Examine how sociocultural experiences influence behavior and mental processes
  • Effectively communicate key psychological concepts
  • And more!

Program Disclosures

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree is not designed to fulfill the educational requirements for any professional credential, such as licenses for clinical psychology or therapy.

Post University assists in researching and providing information regarding licensure; however, each state has different requirements for such licensure outside of the required education. Such state requirements may include licensure exams, background checks, certain work experience, and more. It is ultimately the responsibility of each student to manage their own licensure process and to ensure that all requirements are met in order for the student to obtain licensure. Post University does not speak on behalf of any licensing board or body and does not guarantee licensure. Requirements for licensure are subject to change without notice. Learn about psychology credentials, which vary by state, through the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards: http://psybook.asppb.org/.  

At a Glance

4-Year

Program

Online or
On Campus

120

Credit Hours

3

Concentration Options

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“I am where I am today because of all my instructors, undergraduate and graduate, and I share what I have learned from them with my own students. I look forward to the day when my own students take what they have learned in the psychology program and share it with those they are working with, whether it is in an academic setting as well, or a clinical or other workplace setting.”

Lisa Chervenak

Program Chair, Psychology

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