Bachelor of Science in Psychology
University of Great Falls
University of Great Falls offers the Bachelor of Science in Psychology, the study of people and human behavior. Students can expect to study all areas of psychology, such as Behavioral Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Physiological Psychology, Social Psychology, and Sports Psychology. Students will be prepared for positions in the mental health, welfare, legal, and corrections fields, and for entrance into graduate programs in psychology, counseling, law, business administration, and the health care fields.
Degree Level: Bachelor
Delivery Format: Mostly Online
Accelerated Degree: No
Accreditation & Licensing
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Students may be required to attend weekend sessions on campus to fulfill degree requirements.
Application requirements include: Accredited high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate. Official transcripts. ACT/SAT scores.
The University of Great Falls was founded in 1932 by the Most Reverend Edwin V. O'Hara, Catholic Bishop of Great Falls, in collaboration with the Sisters of Charity of Providence and the Ursuline Sisters. Named Great Falls Junior College for Women, the two-year college was originally located in the Ursuline Academy on Central Avenue. In 1937, the first male student enrolled. By the early 1950s it became simply the College of Great Falls under the direction of the Sisters of Providence, and in 1995, the College was renamed the University of Great Falls.
University of Great Falls awards associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees, many of which can be earned online through the department of Distance Learning.
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