Liberty University’s Bachelor of Science in Psychology will provide you with a firm foundation in psychology principles from a Christian perspective. You will explore recent personality theories and how they relate to theories about group dynamics in business, industry, and public and private life. Through this program, you will study a variety of theoretical approaches to psychotherapy and counseling, including evaluation methods and techniques. In addition, you will learn about how the functioning of the human body explains some mechanisms of behavior. Examination of the origin, classification, and symptoms of neurotic and psychotic behavior will also be explored. This degree will prepare you for nonclinical positions in the field of human service. You can also choose to add a cognate in substance abuse, Christian counseling, crisis counseling, life coaching, or military resilience. The B.S. in Psychology is ideal for those interested in pursuing a Master of Arts in Human Services, Marriage & Family Therapy, or Professional Counseling — all available through Liberty University’s online program.
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Last updated November 29, 2017