Online Bachelor’s in Psychology
An Online B.A. in Psychology Designed with Your Future in Mind
Exceptional Education for a Successful Career
Become an expert with Concordia University, St. Paul’s online B.A. in Psychology. Students in this program will gain a deeper understanding of psychology concepts and applications by studying research methods, cognition, counseling, and more. The online B.A. in Psychology offers a generous transfer credit policy and can be completed in as little as two years.
In this program, you’ll learn to apply psychological theory using scientific reasoning to understand the individuals, groups, and communities you work with on the job. And with an internship component, you’ll get the real-world experience to help prepare you for in-demand roles before you even graduate.
Online programs from CSP feature supportive and energetic faculty. You’ll reach your goals in a flexible, digital environment while gaining valuable experience and advanced industry knowledge in the tradition of Concordia University, St. Paul’s academic excellence.
8-Hour Internship Component
$420 per Credit Hour
Transfer Up to 90 Credits
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Learn the Skills You Need to Be an Expert in the Field of Psychology
The curriculum in our online bachelor’s program will prepare you for the in-demand field of psychology.
Online Study at Concordia University, St. Paul
Our online community enables students to explore their interests, engage with professors and peers, and achieve their goals through academic growth. Career-focused coursework, an experiential learning environment, supportive faculty, and flexibility mean you’ll be set up for success. We are committed to delivering an online learning experience through affordable programs that have the same quality as on-campus programs.
In-Demand Psychology Career Opportunities
From behavioral analysts to school counselors, psychologists have some of the most varied career opportunities available. And with the variety comes stability. In fact, the overall employment of psychiatric technicians and aides, for example, is projected to grow 11% from 2020 to 2030.1 Other options include:
- Assistant Behavior Analyst
- Case Manager
- Human Resources Manager
- Psychiatric Technician
- School Counselor
“All my professors are awesome. And I’m very impressed with their level of professionalism, courtesy, kindness, compassion, and intellect. I’m impressed with how much I’m learning, and thrilled about how much I have yet to learn.”– Tanja Taff-Morello, CSP Online Student, Rochester, MN, Liaison at Mayo Clinic
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