As a psychology master’s degree student at Walden, you can have the opportunity to:

  • Deepen your knowledge by taking up to 70% of your courses in psychology.
  • Broaden your knowledge by choosing electives from the B.S. in Business Administration, the B.S. in Child Development, or any other under graduate course.
  • Focus on your interests by taking psychology courses while completing general education requirements. Civic engagement, social responsibility, and global awareness are reflected throughout the general education program.
  • Expand your experience in a program that takes an international approach to psychology through:
    • Courses that examine global themes such as culture, perspectives, conflict, peace building, and cross-cultural psychology.
    • Textbooks and study materials that present global perspectives on topics such as health psychology.
    • Assignments that investigate psychology in other cultures and the impact of globalization on various areas of study within the discipline.

Make your learning experience as enjoyable and successful as possible. Walden’s proactive university services help you balance your educational, personal, and professional needs and goals. Explore new perspectives by working with students around the world who are passionate about learning.

The B.S. in Psychology program is based on the most current guidelines for learning outcomes in undergraduate psychology programs.

When you choose Walden’s B.S. in Psychology program, you can benefit from the flexibility of online learning and from MobileLearn®. Offered exclusively at Walden, MobileLearn not only enables you to choose where and when you learn, it also gives you the ability to choose how you learn. Learn more.

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