100% Online B.S. in Psychology
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Earn a degree that prepares you for the helping professions and beyond with the online Bachelor of Science in Psychology program at King University. Our online psychology program provides the behavioral knowledge you need to advance your career in a wide variety of fields, or pursue further study. Offered in a fully online format, this program educates you in the breadth and depth of psychological theories and research with special emphasis on how these areas relate to the real world.
With this online degree, you’ll have the skills you need to enter higher positions of responsibility in any number of careers. The program allows you to work within a diagnostic framework, learn about evidence-based techniques, and integrate faith and learning. The program also prepares you to grow as a critical thinker by collaborating with your peers within an accessible setting. King has been ranked in the Top Ten Best Online Bachelor’s in Psychology programs by Edsmart.1
Our unwavering commitment to our students means that you’ll receive the education you need for meaningful professional and personal growth through a relevant and industry-specific course of study. Discover today why King University has the difference you need to advance your career.
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A Curriculum Built for Insight
The curriculum of our online Bachelor of Science in Psychology is divided into four thematic semesters. Each semester emphasizes certain facets of the field:
- Knowledge Base
Graduation requires 52 semester hours (13 courses) of major coursework and a program introductory course. To graduate from King University, students must complete a total of 124 semester hours, including major courses, general education core courses, and additional courses that may come from up to 72 transfer credits or electives.
Courses you may take in this program include:
An analysis of the ways in which the social environment influences thought, affect, and behavior. Topics covered include how we perceive our social world and the causes of events, stereotyping and prejudice, attitude formation and change, group processes, close relationships, self-concept, and self-esteem. Emphasis is on the use of both theory and research to understand the social influences on why we think, feel, and behave the way we do.
The study of how people acquire, store, and use information with special emphasis on the impact of advances in brain and computer research. Basic topics include perceptual processes, attention, automatic processing, implicit and explicit memory, declarative and episodic memory, forgetting, and disorders of memory.
A study of the growth and development of the individual from conception to death. Emphasis will be placed on the multidimensional nature of development (physical, cognitive, emotional, and social) paying special attention to diversity in individual life paths and the multiple interacting contextual influences on development (biological, psychological, social, community, societal, cultural, and historical). This course includes the study of major developmental theories and concepts as well as the research methods used in the study of lifespan development.
A survey of the major psychological perspectives on human nature (dynamic, dispositional, phenomenological, and cognitive/behavioral), including how each perspective does research, assessment, and treatment, and how each explains the origins and development of personality.
The Benefits of Online Learning
Learning in an online format provides the opportunity to adjust your academic path based on your personal preferences. You’ll have the chance to spend as much time with instructional materials as you need. King University’s online programs offer the same course of study and level of academic rigor as our on-campus counterparts. You’ll have access to the same experienced faculty and faith-based learning environment, and connect with your peers in a caring community atmosphere.Request Info
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, psychologist jobs are expected to grow 8 percent from 2010 to 2030, with some 13,400 openings for psychologists are projected each year over the decade.2 However, ample career opportunities exist outside of this direct application. The online Bachelor of Science in Psychology is a widely applicable degree that prepares you for a range of career paths.
Graduates of our online psychology degree may work in schools, rehabilitation centers, businesses, marketing firms, law enforcement, child protective services, political offices, or laboratories, among other settings. The program also prepares you for further graduate study.
Who We Are
King University is a Presbyterian-affiliated, doctoral-level comprehensive university dedicated to the integration of rigorous academic programming and the exploration of faith. For more than 150 years, we have offered students the opportunity to excel as thoughtful, resourceful, and responsible citizens with a passion for serving the world.
- “14 Best Online Psychology Degree Programs,” EdSmart.org. Retrieved March 20, 2022, from https://www.edsmart.org/.
- “Psychologists,” Occupational Outlook Handbook, Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor. Retrieved March 20, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.