The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at New England College teaches students how to look at human behavior from an analytical perspective, blending practical skills with critical-thinking abilities. Diagnosis and treatment of psychological disorders, assessment of learning disabilities, and racial and gender identity development are some of the many issues you will study in depth. Students learn foundational concepts that contribute to the study of how humans think and act as individuals, and interact as groups and societies.
The Concentration in Marriage Therapy and Family Counseling allows students to gain an understanding of how the individual contributes to the family dynamic, including in marriages and other relationships. Students also explore trends in the family unit from cultural, social and historical perspectives.
- Must have a regionally accredited, nationally accredited or state-approved high school diploma or a high school equivalency (GED)
School Accreditation Statement
New England Commission of Higher Education