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Psychology: Online

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How do we think? How do we learn? How do we heal? And what’s the role of faith? Bring your questions. We study psychology from every angle—brains, babies, even buying behavior.

Can be completed entirely online.
Some courses offer a blended option, so you can meet your professors and peers.
Flat $
Textbooks for a flat fee of $30/credit hour.

From Psychology to Living, with Faith

Gain an understanding of how and why we think the way we do. A degree in applied psychology sets you up for success in a variety of helping careers. Work in a ministry. Enter the world of criminal justice. Or apply your insights as a business leader in your community.;

Go on to serve others with an online bachelor’s degree in psychology. Your faith-based education blends the science of psychology with the compassion of Christ, setting you up for rewarding work after school. 

What Can I Do with an Online Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology?

An online bachelor’s in psychology opens up various career opportunities. You can work as a case manager, human resources assistant, or research assistant.

This degree equips you with valuable insights into human behavior, making you an asset in fields like healthcare, social services, education, and business, where understanding and interacting with people are essential aspects of the job.

Behavioral Health Specialist

Clinical Psychologist

Forensic Psychologist

Industrial-Organizational Psychologist

School Psychologist

Sports Psychologist

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Hands-On Learning Experiences

Practical Application

Online courses focus on practical application of the material learned. Many of your fellow students are working adults and course activities give you an opportunity to apply what you’re learning to real life situations.

Integration of Faith and Practice

Students of the online Psychology program are exposed to courses that explore the foundations of the relationship between psychology and the Christian faith and explore the integration of faith and practice.

Launch your Career

Dive straight into your psychology career or further your studies through graduate school. Prepare resumes. Search the job market. Research graduate programs. Complete several courses meant to prepare you for a variety of specialized careers. It’s how you graduate fully prepared to launch your career, at NGU.

Online Psychology Applied

Marti J. Glass, PhD
Director, Adult and Professional Studies

Study Applied Psychology Online

Applied Psychology Online General Education

General Education Courses

  • E-Learning
  • Academic Success
  • Biblical Foundations
  • Oral Communication
  • Psychology or Sociology
Applied Psychology Online Core Courses

Core Courses

  • Statistics for Behavioral Sciences
  • Human Growth and Development
  • Foundations of Christian Psychology
  • Introduction to Counseling
  • Research Methods in Psychology
  • Theories of Personality
  • Social Psychology
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Biological Psychology
  • Senior Seminar
  • Psychology electives
Applied Psychology Online Electives


  • Electives or minor courses
Applied Psychology Online Second Minor Options

Second Minor Options

  • Optional minor or more electives

Elevate Your Perspective

You’ll also take Chapel every semester, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. You earn credit through attendance, and each course counts as half a credit. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.

Have Questions about the Online Psychology Program?

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Marti J. Glass, PhD

Director, Adult and Professional Studies
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