Study, Research & Practice

Our Bachelor of Science degree in psychology will help you develop the theoretical insight and professional skills needed to prepare for careers such as; psychologist, counselor, sports psychologist, school counselor, school psychologist, human resources professional, researcher, genetics counselor, psychiatric technician, physician assistant, case manager, child life specialist, behavior analyst, and market research analyst.

We provide a well-rounded education, exposing students to clinical, biological, cognitive, and developmental subfields.  You will also take courses that build research and interpersonal helping skills.  You will also be required to complete an internship where you will put into practice what you have learned in the classroom.


Once you are in the program and you meet particular GPA and course grade requirements, you can take courses from our graduate program that will count toward your BS and toward a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology if you choose to continue your education.

You can also become a member of Psi Chi, the Psychology Club, or the Psyc Lab on campus and take part in psychology department events like the Psychology Renewed conference held in April.

Start Dates & Format

Classes meet at night from 6 pm-10 pm. Classes begin each fall and are offered on a year-round basis. There are multiple opportunities to join classes throughout the year. Please contact us to see what our current class schedule and availability is.

Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition is $525 per credit hour. Learn about financial aid and scholarship opportunities on our Financial Aid pages.

Application for Admissions

For admission to this program, please visit the Adult Undergraduate Admissions pages.