Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
McKendree University

Program Details

A bachelor’s in Psychology online from McKendree University allows you to apply knowledge from classes to help others in personal and professional situations. Psychology scientifically studies behavior and mental processes with the goal of understanding, explaining, predicting, and changing behavior. Students will develop a greater self-awareness and understanding of others. Classes help develop oral and written communication and critical thinking skills. 

Graduates can further their studies with graduate school in Psychology or a number of related areas. Those directly entering the workforce can pursue careers in settings such as mental health clinics, crisis centers, substance abuse programs, social work agencies, eldercare facilities, human resources and personnel departments, criminal justice facilities, and the educational system.

Students can study many different facets of Psychology, including:

  • Abnormal psychology
  • Applied behavior analysis
  • Military psychology
  • Psychology of human sexuality
  • Social psychology
  • Sport and health psychology

Requirements

  • Official high school or GED transcript
  • ACT/SAT scores

School Accreditation Statement

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission