Applied Psychology Degree
Preparation for a successful career using applied psychology requires a broad knowledge base for the major elements of psychological sciences. The Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology degree equips students with professional knowledge and practical skills in general psychology and specialized emphasis areas. Students will study these psychological principles through a Christian worldview.
Learn more about the career opportunities available with a B.A. in Applied Psychology.
- Develop experiential, applicable, and practical approaches
- Integrate a Christian worldview
- Evaluate ethical behavior and decision making within the profession
- Utilize empirical, analytical, and inductive reasoning
- Demonstrate a basic knowledge of methods, theories, and concepts in the field
Choose from nine emphasis areas:
- Applied Pastoral Counseling
- Business Psychology
- Child and Adolescent Psychology
- Clinical Psychology
- Criminal Behavior
- Cultural Psychology
- Educational Psychology
- General Psychology
- Human Services
Explore your options
Watch the video below to learn more about choosing an emphasis to fit your educational and professional goals.
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