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Westfield State University offers an online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree completion program which is designed for students wishing to pursue careers within the psychology arena. This program aims to teach students all the major theories, concepts, and principles within the psychology field and how they apply to the world around them. Students will study the biological issues in behavior, personality and its nature, emotions and human perceptions. The program also looks into cognitive and physiological aspects.
Besides core courses, students have the chance of selecting courses from the Psychology department in order to pursue more specific interests and career goals in areas such as: child/adolescent development, animal behavior, social and evolutionary psychology, and health psychology. Students also have the chance to complete an internship or take independent study courses.
This is a bachelor completion program. A total of 120 credits are required, including the required 60 major credits of study. Intended for those who have completed an associate's degree through the Mass transfer compact program within one of Massachusetts’s several community colleges. Students who have not completed this program or who have not come from a Massachusetts Community College may still be eligible for the program, though not all courses may be online, and interested applicants must consult with a school advisor prior to enrollment.
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New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
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