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Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology / Clinical Psychology

Program Details

The Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology with a concentration in Clinical Psychology degree from Florida Institute of Technology begins with a basis in liberal arts for the development of well-rounded individuals and culminates in study of the biological bases of human behavior, including treatment of human physiology and nervous system resulting in mental disorders. Florida Tech offers the classes entirely online for developing the knowledge and understanding of mental disorders necessary to treat those in need of clinical help for their disorders. 

Students will develop the skills they need to work with mental disorders and understand the assessment and treatment of behavior disorders, including recognizing the biological principles behind emotion, motivations, learning and memory, in addition to developing approaches to personality development and treatment and performing research in the field. 

Students should seek a degree in Applied Psychology concentrating in Clinical Psychology if they have an interest in behavioral sciences or psychology as it pertains to mental disorders and the treatment of individuals with mental disorders. However, in order to maximize the value of education in psychology, students should strongly consider continuing their education with a master’s or Ph.D. after completing their bachelor's degree in order to have access to the education and training which opens up a large variety of employment opportunities for individuals with psychology degrees.


Official transcripts of high school graduation or GED equivalent (if fewer than 24 semester credit hours at an accredited institution). Official transcripts of all regionally accredited higher education institutions attended. Official records for any advancement exams, including CLEP, GED college-level examinations, and /or DANTES, USAFI examinations.

Accreditation & Licensing

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges