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Bachelor of Professional Studies in Psychology
The Bachelor of Professional Studies in Psychology degree offered by Roosevelt University is a program of study that is available to students in a completely online format. This program aims to provide its students with a better understanding of people’s thought processes, emotions, and behaviors through the study of psychology. A graduate of this program can use this degree and education to acquire a variety of different career opportunities that involve working with people within fields such as business, sales, counseling, education, and health care. This program also aims to prepare students who wish to pursue a higher degree such as a master’s or doctorate in Psychology for their future educational opportunities. A higher degree in psychology can lead to careers such as school counseling and social work. This degree best prepares a student for a job opportunity that requires skills such as: people skills, analytical skills, writing skills, and research skills.
This program focuses on the study of mental processes and behavior. A psychology student should know how to apply knowledge of psychology to various spheres of human activity. This program requires its students to take courses in a variety of interdisciplinary subjects in order to best prepare them for a diverse workplace.
Admission requirements: official transcripts. Must be 22 years of age when students begin the Flex-Track degree program.
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North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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