The Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Psychology from Bryan College provides opportunities to explore the vast discipline of psychology from a Christian worldview. This means that students learn to evaluate human behavior by applying Christian principles in a practical setting. With this degree, students can make a difference in human service careers, including case worker, early childhood educator, teen/family advocate, and more. Additionally, this degree program prepares students for advanced training or graduate study in a variety of areas such as professional counseling, marriage and family therapy, education, and school psychology.

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The next opportunity to start classes in the Bryan College School of Adult and Graduate Studies is:

March 12, 2015

For more information contact an admissions counselor.

Admission Requirements

  • Have a minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Complete the online application at least one month prior to the start of the first class.
  • Submit official transcripts.
  • Successful completion of PSY 111, General Psychology (or equivalent).
  • Students must have regular access to a personal computer to check email, access syllabi, and to receive official communication from faculty and staff. Before beginning a course in our program, students must complete the online orientation for Bryan College through Moodle.

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BSAP Tuition & Fees

36-Hour Program: This core program provides for the completion of the Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Psychology.

Tuition: $295 per credit hour

Additional Expenses*

-Students are responsible for purchasing textbooks.
-Application Fee is $35.
-$125 Graduation Fee is due two weeks before commencement exercises.
-Credit for Prior Learning Assessment Fees are charged according to the hours assessed. The rate is $100 per credit hour.
-$50 Technology Fee is due each term.
*Fees subject to change


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