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Bachelor of Science in Psychology/Substance Abuse

Kaplan University

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Description

The online Bachelor of Science in Psychology/Substance Abuse degree program from Kaplan University has been specifically created for those individuals who are looking to build a career around identifying the risk factors for substance abuse and investigate prevention, evaluation, and treatment strategies.

Throughout the course of this online degree in psychology and substance abuse, students will work to develop an well-rounded understanding of what makes people tick and why they think and behave the way they do.

The expert faculty of this online psychology degree program have created it to guide students in:

  • Examining the major concepts, values, theories, studies, research methods, and historical trends in psychology as they apply to human behavior, learning, and development
  • Gaining a deeper understanding of psychological theory and methodology
  • Studying diversity and the cultural conditions that motivate people
  • Utilizing the scientific approach to evaluate behavior and mental processes relating to personal, social, and organizational issues

Focused on helping students to develop the knowledge needed for careers in clinical and educational settings working with youth and adults, or for jobs in abuse treatment programs and public health program initiatives, this online psychology of substance abuse examines the major concepts, values, theories, studies, research methods, and historical trends in psychology as they apply to human behavior, learning, and development.

Graduates of this online degree in psychology/substance abuse degree will have the deep understanding of of psychological theory and methodology as you study the cultural conditions that motivate people that is needed for working in organizations, agencies, and research settings where employees must know how to properly assess people and manage interpersonal relations.

Accreditation Information

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

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