In the South College Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology program, you’ll study the major psychological concepts, historical trends, and current research that impacts personal, professional, and societal behaviors, thoughts, and emotional processes. As you work toward your degree, you’ll work to develop and practice skills in research, problem-solving, and communication, as well as professional ethics. Psychology courses are designed to include building skills to:
- Use and evaluate theories to explain and predict behavior.
- Assess problem-solving strategies for psychological issues in individuals, society, and organizations.
- Critically evaluate psychological research reports, methods, and data.
- Examine how interaction among diverse people can challenge our understanding of psychological processes and behavior.
- Apply knowledge of psychology to facilitate more effective workplaces.
- Design efforts to help others achieve outcomes such as resilience and self-regulation.
The BS in Psychology program can be completed fully online.