NGU Online Psychology Program Ranked Among Best
Tigerville, SC (September 5, 2019) Study.com has research universities across the country to come up with the best online psychology programs. To compile their list, they took into account several important factors that include the quality of online degrees offered, student success rate, the support system the university offers to online students, and how friendly the program is to working individuals who want to complete their degree quickly.
North Greenville University’s [NGU] online program placed 16th out of 30 programs ranked.
Study.com says NGU was chosen, “because it gives you a flexible pathway to earn your degree as you can choose to attend fully online or to attend virtual real-time classes that let you interact with fellow students and your professors.”
Director of Adult and Professional Studies for the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Dr. Marti Glass says NGU’s online psychology students are exposed to the many subfields of psychology in a Christ-centered environment.
“Our students learn about the application and the impact of psychology on their day-to-day lives. The coursework includes developmental psychology's influence on topics ranging from parenting to education, biological psychology and how the brain works, the business applications of social psychology, abnormal psychology, therapy, and the diagnosis and treatment of disorders. Our focus also includes how to apply this knowledge in a professional career.”
In addition to its beneficial coursework, the program will “help you prepare for your psychology career with a portfolio creation class that will instruct you how to build a portfolio full of your accomplishments,” said Study.com in their news release.
Study.com's rankings are unique in that they emphasize accessibility, affordability, and quality of education, which we considered the most important attributes in our school rankings. The thirty psychology programs that make up this list offer a range of degree types that can all be earned in a completely online setting.
To learn more about NGU's online psychology degree program, visit NGU.edu/online-psychology-applied.
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