Applied Psychology

The degree in applied psychology prepares the student to think critically about their own ideas and those of others apply these methods to the problems of community and of the larger society. Students are trained to be an independent thinker and active participant in a rapidly changing world.

Program Requirements

Courses in the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree program enable the student to understand the relationships among psychology and other social sciences and within the context of cultural, socio-historical and communicative issues. The program will also teach you to develop skills in writing, critical thinking and quantitative and qualitative research methods, to round out your preparation for your future career or graduate studies.

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