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You have a passion for learning and a desire to help others. We can help you turn your interest and knowledge in the psychology field into a rewarding career – all with just one evening class per week.

 

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Courses at Asheville

The Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services program at Montreat College merges the disciplines of psychology, counseling and social work. In this Christ-centered bachelor’s degree program in Asheville, N.C., our professors will challenge you to explore the relationship between faith and learning. You’ll build a solid foundation in current concepts in the psychology field, as well as historical trends, research design methods, and research analysis.

In our Psychology and Human Services program, you’ll analyze secular theories and topics from a Christian perspective – you can prepare for a career in a wide range of fields, including:

  • case management
  • substance abuse counseling
  • social services
  • juvenile services
  • marriage counseling
  • parole and probation
  • senior centers
  • mental health services
  • Christian ministry

Faculty members in our adult education programs are scholars and leaders in their fields. They’re also practicing clinicians, who will work closely with you and share their passion for the field. Courses in the Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services program include:

  • Psychology Applied to Modern Life
  • Child and Adolescent Development
  • Social Psychology
  • Social Welfare and Social Services
  • Theories and Principles of Counseling

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Want to take your education further?

If you’re considering graduate or post-graduate psychology degree programs in Asheville after you complete your bachelor’s degree, our Psychology and Human Services program is a great option. Upon completion of this program, you can seek acceptance into clinical psychology programs, counseling psychology programs, or programs in a variety of other disciplines, such as health psychology, sports psychology, forensic psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, and educational psychology.