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Trinity Launches Accelerated Bachelor’s in Psychology Program – Info Session
Building on the success of its strong traditional undergraduate and graduate studies psychology programs, Trinity is launching a psychology degree-completion program through the Adult Studies department.
In Trinity’s accelerated program, adult students:
- apply their previous college credit
- attend classes once a week
- finish a bachelor’s degree in psychology in two years
Through the accelerated Adult Studies psychology program, students develop the theoretical insight and professional skills needed to serve in a variety of psychology-related careers and professions or to enter graduate study. Students who wish to work as Licensed Professional Counselors can continue on to earn a master’s degree through Trinity’s Graduate Studies Counseling Psychology program.
Learn more on March 26
Prospective students interested in learning more about Trinity’s Adult Studies psychology program are invited to attend an information session on Wednesday, March 26, at 6 p.m. Register online at adultstudies.trnty.edu or by calling Trinity Christian College at 708.239.4768.
A community of learners
The program, structured around a cohort model, brings students into a dynamic and exciting community focused on the science of psychology and its many applications to professional experiences.
“Adult learners at Trinity develop strong, supportive relationships with instructors who are caring, competent, and committed to student success,” said Dr. Michael DeVries, professor of psychology. “As a professor and clinician, I am careful to integrate Christian perspective with established psychological science.”