Applied Psychology (B.S.)


In the Applied Psychology degree, students learn to evaluate human behavior by applying Christian principles in a practical setting. Students will explore psychological theory and research methods from a Christian worldview. This degree program prepares students for advanced training or graduate study in a variety of areas such as professional counseling, marriage, and family therapy, education, and school psychology.

Benefits of this Path

This degree allows students to increase their earning potential, qualify for the next promotion opportunity, and acquire the practical and professional skills required to work in a variety of career paths. Additionally, students will gain a greater understanding of people and why they do what they do. This degree helps students develop an ethical framework and integrate Christian principles into your study of psychological theory.

Possible Careers

  • Psychiatric Technician
  • Correctional Officer
  • Youth Worker
  • Child Case Manager
  • Human Resources Personnel
  • Career Counselor
  • Child and Family Services Worker


Accreditation Information

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