NGU Ranks in Top 5 Best Online Psychology Programs in 2018
Tigerville SC (November 2, 2017) Best Degree Programs, the Internetís premier resource guide for locating the right degrees that fit career goals at the nationís top colleges and universities, has just released their 30 Best Online Bachelorís in Psychology Programs at Private Colleges in 2018 ranking. North Greenville Universityís online psychology program came in at fifth among the 30 private colleges.
According to Best Degree Programs website, a bachelorís degree in psychology can open doors to careers in various fields, such as business, education, law, or psychology. The four-year degree is often the first step toward licensing and counseling credentials. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, most counseling and upper-level psychology jobs require a masterís degree, which means a bachelorís is essential. Accredited online programs from some of the nationís top private colleges are now available, and in many cases, affordable.
Best Degree Programs reviewed 110 accredited institutions listed by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES College Navigator) that offered online bachelorís in psychology degree programs. From our list of schools, we looked at the national, regional, or program rankings received from major publications like Forbes magazine, The Princeton Review, and U.S. News and World Report. We selected accredited institutions that had received recognition from a major publication and ranked the schools in order of affordability.
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