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The field of psychology offers professionals the opportunity to transform lives both locally and globally. Our online bachelor’s in psychology program will introduce you to a wide range of theories, approaches, and perspectives within the field and provide you with a strong understanding of the issues affecting individuals and communities in today’s increasingly diverse society.
As a student in our program, you will gain an understanding of the key analytical skills, problem-solving techniques, and research methods used by professionals. You will have the opportunity to:
Find detailed information for this program, including possible occupations, completion rate, program costs, and median student loan debt.
*Walden University has been recognized as an NAADAC (Association for Addiction Professionals) Approved Academic Education Provider. NAADAC is a national organization offering education, clinical training, and certification to qualified professionals in the social service industry. Walden’s recognition as an NAADAC-approved education provider means that the Addictions concentration in Walden’s BS in Psychology program meets the educational standards recognized by NAADAC to prepare students to qualify for a national addictions certificate. Additional requirements must be met to complete the NAADAC exam and certifications. Students who plan to pursue an NAADAC certificate and/or a state substance abuse certification should refer to the NAADAC website for specific information and eligibility requirements.
Of the Walden BS in Psychology graduates who responded to a recent survey, more than 96% felt that the quality of the program was good or excellent.
*Source: www.WaldenU.edu/DATA; totals based on number of respondents to our 2013–2014 surveys.
Influenced by her Walden education and her career as a paralegal, BS in Psychology graduate Ginger L. Jenkins is now an advocate for plaintiffs and their families. Learn more
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