The General concentration of this online bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Walden University allows students to explore a variety of psychological topics. Students will gain a solid foundation and knowledge of principles and practices that relate to an array of psychological professions.
The curriculum includes two optional programs for students interested in furthering their education: the MS in Psychology Track and the Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHS) Track. Students will take a combination of classes consisting of general education, core classes, concentration classes, Psychology electives, and general electives. Concentration courses can be chosen from topics in Applied Psychology, Workplace Psychology, and Preparation for Graduate Studies.
Core classes include the following:
- Psychology seminar
- Cross-cultural psychology
- Theories of personality
- Basic statistics
- Methods of psychological inquiry
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Applicants must meet one of the following: be 21 years or older; an active member of the military or veteran; or have 60 quarter credits for transfer.
School Accreditation Statement
The Higher Learning Commission