You like working with people. You want to serve. We can show you how to implement your psychological knowledge, skills, and values into a range of occupational settings. And we can do it in as little as one evening class per week.
Courses at Asheville, Charlotte, and Morganton
Our bachelor’s in Psychology and Human Services program blends the disciplines of psychology, counseling, and social work. You’ll build a solid foundation in:
- current concepts
- historical trends
- research design methods
- research analysis
Our professors will also challenge you to explore the relationship between faith and learning while you earn your degree in Psychology. You’ll have the opportunity to participate in active classroom discussions—analyzing secular theories and topics from a Christian perspective.
Our bachelor’s in Psychology and Human Services program prepares you for a wide range of opportunities in the field, such as:
- case management
- marriage counseling
- social services
- substance abuse counseling
- school counseling
- juvenile services
- parole and probation
- senior centers
- mental health services
- Christian ministry
This program prepares you to pursue a graduate degree in psychology in areas such as clinical psychology, counseling psychology, forensic psychology, health psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, sports psychology, educational psychology, school counseling, and school psychology.
Bachelor’s at Asheville
Bachelor’s at Charlotte
Bachelor’s at Morganton
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Request more information or call us today at 1-800-622-6968 to learn more about our degree in psychology and human services.
Our faculty members work closely with students—inspiring meaningful success.
They’re scholars and leaders in psychology and human services, and they’re also practicing clinicians. You can learn from individuals who are passionate about their work. Who stay at the forefront of development in the field.
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