North Greenville University’s (NGU) Bachelor of Science in Psychology-Applied addresses a wide range of topics in the field of behavioral science and can be beneficial to many different career paths. Subjects include Human Growth and Development, Social Psychology, Counseling as well as the Foundation of Christian Psychology. Faculty work closely with students and provide insights into the contemporary theory and biblical applications relevant to the field of psychology. For class scheduling flexibility, NGU offers both full time and part-time program options.
Upon completion of the Psychology-Applied degree, you will have a vast understanding of the field of psychology and counseling. In addition, you will be effectively prepared in oral and written communication, research methodology, and demonstrate critical thinking. For professions in counseling, students are equipped for graduate degree programs.
Online | Blended Programs
100% online, flexible class format to accommodate your busy schedule. And, for select courses, you will have the opportunity to complete your class online or supplement the online component with a blended learning environment for weekly on campus or virtual (real-time) class sessions.
Each class is designed to deepen your understanding and well-being of the whole person. You will spend much of your time interviewing individuals and professionals, visiting working therapeutic groups, developing your portfolio, and participating in internships.
To learn more about the Psychology-Applied degree, connect with NGU through “Request Info”.
|Course Title||Credits||Class Formats|
|Introduction to Counseling||3||Online, Blended|
|Human Growth & Development||3||Online, Blended|
|Foundations of Christian Psychology||3||Online, Blended|
|Research methods in Psychology||3||Online, Blended|
|Statistics for Behavioral Sciences||3||Online, Blended|