Earn Your Bachelor’s in Applied Psychology Online With Simmons University
Professionals across all fields benefit from an understanding of people’s thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and relationships. As a student in our applied psychology online degree program, you will explore the inner workings of the human mind and learn how to use your knowledge to make a difference in any role or organization.
In engaging online classes with expert Simmons faculty, you will gain a scientific understanding of the brain and mental processes, examine the motivations behind behavior, and apply these concepts to diverse topics including mental health, human development, and social issues.
Apply to the Online Applied Psychology Bachelor’s Degree Program
Complete your applied psychology degree online at Simmons and gain a deeper understanding of the human experience. Apply to join our next class of driven women for an empowering learning experience. 17+ prior college credits are required.
The online applied psychology curriculum includes core courses in areas such as biological psychology and research methods, plus in-depth focus areas covering a variety of interests. Our program is designed to help students think critically about human behavior and apply their knowledge and skills to solve real-world challenges.
Our immersive and engaging digital campus was developed based on years of research into effective online teaching and learning. Here, you’ll work closely with Simmons faculty mentors, collaborate with bright and motivated peers, and grow your understanding of psychology through interactive coursework.
Where Can Your Online Applied Psychology Degree Take You?
A BA in applied psychology from Simmons gives graduates an edge, regardless of their career path. Psychology graduates are prepared for career paths in research, human service, law, PR, and more — or to continue on to graduate studies in fields like clinical psychology or counseling.
Ready to complete your BA in applied psychology online with Simmons?
Complete the form below and prepare to explore the inner workings of the human mind.