The Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree program in Psychology prepares adults for career change, advancement or graduate education, while providing personal enrichment. The program has a strong focus on psychological principles and research methods, and explores the psychological approaches to various problems in the humanities, social sciences and the life sciences. Students develop a broad general knowledge of the traditional liberal arts disciplines while developing a greater depth of knowledge in psychology.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the theoretical concepts, and historical trends in psychology
- Use the scientific method to examine psychological questions
- Articulate the importance of values, ethical standards and diversity in psychology
- Apply psychological principles to personal, social and organizational issues
This degree requires 120 credit hours for completion.
Enrollment requirements include: Adult 21 years of age or older (unless you are participating in a special college program). High school graduate or successful completion of General Educational Development (GED).
School Accreditation Statement
Middle States Commission on Higher Education