A bachelor’s degree in psychology provides students with a useful foundation for further study at the graduate level, leading to various careers in psychology, or to study in the health professions and social work.
Graduate of regionally accredited and/or state-approved high school and/or GED equivalent. SAT/ACT scores (not applicable for students over the age of 25, unless high school GPA is less than 2.0). Official transcripts. Detailed statement of financial status documenting student’s ability to finance studies.
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Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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