2020-2021 University Catalog

Applied Psychology, B.A. (Online)

Program Outcomes

  • Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of major psychological theories to interpret and understand individual differences as well as individual, group and organizational behavior. (AP1)
  • Students will be able to recognize and describe biological, affective, cognitive and behavioral constructs. (AP2)
  • Students will be able apply basic research methods in psychology including research methodology, statistical analysis, and interpretation. (AP3)
  • Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in professional communication appropriate to the field of psychology. (AP4)
  • Students will be able to use critical thinking, inquiry, and a scientific approach to address issues related to behavior and mental processes. (AP5)
  • Students will be able to describe how their Christian world view influences their understanding of psychological theory and practice. (AP6)
  • Students will understand the practical ways that psychology helps individuals, groups, and organizations function more effectively. (AP7)



Major Requirements

Required: 30 credit hours

PSYC 301DHuman Development

3

PSYC 303DResearch Methods & Stat Techniques

3

PSYC 304DHealth Psychology

3

PSYC 305DIntro to Psychopathology

3

PSYC 307DCultural Psychology

3

PSYC 308DApplied Social Psychology

3

PSYC 312Psychology of Religion and Spirituality

3

PSYC 316Behavioral Neuroscience

3

PSYC 401DPersonality Theories

3

PSYC 402DFoundations of Counseling

3

Total Credit Hours:30
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