Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

The bachelor of arts in psychology program provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to begin a career in the human services field. Students are given the option to customize their course selections to particular interests related to young children, adolescents and families, and the legal system. At graduation, students are prepared for entry-level positions in a variety of community agencies and educational settings. 

Program Description

While completing your degree, you have the option to focus your studies in a particular area. Our psychology department offers courses in specific content areas that you can choose from including:

  • Applied behavior analysis (ABA)
  • Forensic psychology
  • Drug and alcohol counseling

Career Opportunities

Popular career options include the following:

  • Family planning agencies
  • Early intervention counselor
  • Residential counselor
  • ABA specialist
  • Social worker
  • Family services; program coordinator
  • Conflict resolution counselor

Admissions Requirements

The Center for Accelerated and Professional Studies offers a rolling admission process, which means applications are accepted throughout the year.

Requirements include:

  • Completed signed application and payment of application fee ($40.00)
  • Prior college credit(s) earned > copy of official college transcript(s) required
  • No previous college experience > proof of high school diploma or GED required
  • Assessment testing may be required

 

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If you have any questions or need any assistance you can contact us at accel@becker.edu or 508.373.9500.

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