Colorado State University is teaching students to think like scientists in its new online bachelor’s degree completion program in Psychology. Unlike other psychology programs which students work toward a Bachelor of Arts, Colorado State’s Bachelor of Science curriculum carries a strong science component in addition to a liberal arts curriculum that will help students develop skills employers are looking for across a range of industries, including but not limited to psychology.
The program teaches students cross-functional skills such as written and oral communication, cooperation, analytical and critical thinking, in addition to principles and concepts used across several basic psychological content areas and scientific methods used in psychological research.
The application deadline to begin the Psychology degree completion program this fall is quickly approaching. Students interested in applying should contact Marti Demarest, CSU OnlinePlus student services representative for Psychology, as soon as possible at (970) 492-4720 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The spring 2014 application deadline is Nov. 1.
To learn more about this degree program, please visit http://www.online.colostate.edu/degrees/psychology/.
Colorado State University OnlinePlus programs and educational opportunities, offered through the Division of Continuing Education, support the University’s land-grant mission by providing quality graduate and undergraduate degrees, professional development training, certificate programs, online credit and noncredit courses, and industry specific training online and at Learning Centers in Loveland and Denver.
For more information about Colorado State University OnlinePlus, visit www.online.colostate.edu or call (970) 491-5288.