Are you interested in how the mind works and why humans behave the way they do? Are you passionate about the need to approach this field with a Christian worldview? Blue Mountain College’s Psychology program engages students in a study of the mind, emotion, and behavior of the individual while also seeking to understand human existence through a variety of topics including physical, emotional, and abnormal behaviors.

A career in Psychology offers the rewarding challenge of helping others reach their fullest potential. It also provides opportunities for significant personal and professional growth.

Blue Mountain College’s affordable online Psychology program allows you to complete your degree online. You will be able to schedule your study times according to your life. No long drives. No difficult class schedules. No hassle with traffic. No travel expenses.

Here are a few things that will help you to better understand the online business degree at Blue Mountain College:
  • All courses are 8 weeks long
  • Cost is $400 per semester hour
  • Video Proctoring Fee $15
  • Typical students take 12 hours each semester with 3 semesters a year Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Financial Aid is available
  • All faculty are professing Christians and teach from a Christian worldview
  • All faculty have outstanding academic credentials, and they have real-world experience

Psychology major courses:
PY 100 Introduction to Psychology
PY 260 Human Growth and Development
PY 341 Psychological Evaluation and Testing
PY 343 Experimental Psychology
PY 441 Abnormal Psychology
PY 460 Theories of Personality
PY 470 Seminar

In addition, select three of the following:
PY 320 Family Psychology
PY 366 Introduction to Counseling
PY 410 Social Psychology
PY 480 Internship in Psychology

* The bachelor of science degree in psychology requires a
total of 120 hours which can all be earned online.

Click here for the status sheet (complete course info) for the B.S. in Psychology

       

Dr. Emily Derrick
Coordinator of Online Psychology and
Assistant Professor of Psychology

Office: Fisher-Washburn Hall
Office Phone: 662-685-4771 (Ext. 235)
E-mail: ederrick@bmc.edu

 


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