Southern New Hampshire University

2500 N River Rd 
Manchester NH 3106 

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Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Online)

Expand your understanding of human behavior through classroom and field experiences that prepare you for further study or careers in counseling, social work, human resources or even marketing research and criminal justice. Enjoy an academic experience that integrates classroom or online learning with research activities and practical experience when you earn your bachelor's degree in psychology from Southern New Hampshire University.

Gain in-depth knowledge and understanding

Become well versed in major psychological concepts, human behavior and research methods through our four-year psychology degree program. Develop critical thinking skills and communications skills important to communicating effectively in many formats. Enjoy small classes and easy access to faculty for academic advising and assistance.

A solid base in liberal arts studies provides a well-rounded education that supports your study of psychology. Tailor your program with electives focused on your area of interest in psychology. You can also choose a degree concentration in Child and Adolescent Psychology or Forensic Psychology.

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