Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
University of Northern Colorado
The online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology provides a diverse, collaborative learning environment, led by accessible instructors who are noted researchers and experts in their fields.
Students will explore subjects such as:
- Industrial Psychology
- Theories of Personality
- Psychology of Prejudice
Degree Level: Bachelor Completion
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accelerated Degree: No
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
A total of 120 division credits are required to complete the degree, including 43 required Psychology program credits.
Recommended, but not required, to have 60 transfer hours or an associate’s degree. Minimum cumulative 2.4 GPA recommended.
Not authorized for residents of Kentucky and North Carolina.
In 1889, the governor of Colorado signed the bill creating the State Normal School to train qualified teachers for the state's public schools. In 1911 the school's name was changed to Colorado State Teachers College by the state legislature. The college was then offering four years of undergraduate work and granting the Bachelor of Arts degree. Over the years, the name changed each time programs were added, resulting in the name of University of Northern Colorado in 1970. UNC is a comprehensive baccalaureate and public doctoral research university that fuses its history for innovative teaching with transformative, hands-on education through programs across six colleges:
- Education and Behavioral Sciences
- Humanities and Social Sciences
- Monfort College of Business
- Natural and Health Sciences
- Performing and Visual Arts
- University College
Many programs are available in both on-campus and online formats.
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