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Advanced Start Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Kaplan University

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Description

Kaplan University's online Advanced Start Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree program was created to instill in those individuals with an Associate's or Bachelor's degree a well-rounded understanding of what makes people tick and why they think and behave the way they do.

As a student in this online psychology degree program, individuals prepare for working in a variety of organizations, agencies, and research settings where employees must know how to properly assess people and manage interpersonal relations.

Throughout the course of this online degree in psychology, students will work with a number of experts in the field as they examine the major concepts, values, theories, studies, research methods, and historical trends in psychology as they apply to human behavior, learning, and development.

As a student in this online psychology degree program, individuals will:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of psychological theory and methodology
  • Study diversity and the cultural conditions that motivate people
  • Utilize the scientific approach to evaluate behavior and mental processes relating to personal, social, and organizational issues

This online degree in psychology guides students in their study of psychological theory and methodology, and aid them in developing their abilities in applying this newly gained knowledge in evaluating behavior and mental processes relating to personal, social, and organizational issues.

This is an excellent online psychology degree program for any individual who looking to prepare for graduate-level studies in psychology, which will offer you a vast variety of specialized, professional career choices.

Students in this online psychology degree have the option of focusing their course of study by choosing from three areas of emphasis: child development, applied behavioral analysis, and substance abuse.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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