Bachelor of Science in Psychology
If you have some college experience and are a working professional, Cornerstone University’s Professional & Graduate Studies (PGS) division offers you the opportunity to complete your degree in Psychology, regardless of your current field.
This 20-22 month degree completion program covers core concepts in psychology and human development. Presented by experienced faculty members, this program is scientifically current and grounded in Christ-centered principles.
What You Can Learn: Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Topics in the Bachelor of Science – Psychology degree completion program cover both theoretical and practical issues, including:
- Counseling techniques, practice and principles
- Professional communication and writing
- Research and statistics for psychologists
- Human life span development
- Current trends in psychology
This bachelor’s degree completion program culminates in a capstone project.
How the Degree Program Works
Cornerstone’s bachelor’s in psychology is an accelerated, 46-credit degree completion program, designed for adult students with at least two years of prior college study. Most students take approximately 20-22 months to complete the program. This program is offered in both on-location and fully online formats.
The program follows a cohort model in which a small group of students progress through the entire program together. This method helps foster community, leading to enriching discussions and productive group work.
Applicants to the Bachelor of Science in Psychology must:
- Have at least 56 credits of prior college experience;
- Be able to provide official transcripts from all previous institutions attended, along with official transcripts from CLEP or DANTES college equivalency exams;
- Provide evidence of at least two years’ full-time work experience;
- Submit the application form, all transcripts, and the $25 application fee in a timely manner.
Prepare for a Life That Matters
Contact an admissions advisor today to learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Cornerstone.