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Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Psychology is the science that explores the human mind and its influence on behavior. The goal of this career is to enable you to thoroughly understand human thought, emotions, and behavior, as well as to assist people in overcoming emotional challenges and improving their well-being. Additionally, psychology promotes research and innovation, providing you with the opportunity to contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge and the development of effective therapies. 

MODALITY: VIRTUAL
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH 
CREDITS: 120 
DURATION: 4 YEARS

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Psychology is the science that explores the human mind and its influence on behavior. The goal of this career is to enable you to thoroughly understand human thought, emotions, and behavior, as well as to assist people in overcoming emotional challenges and improving their well-being. Additionally, psychology promotes research and innovation, providing you with the opportunity to contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge and the development of effective therapies.

virtual   |   english   |   120 credits   |   4 years

Learning Goals

This program is beneficial for all students as an introduction to the fascinating science of psychology. Graduates with a BS in Psychology can develop a working knowledge of human behavior, workplace social skills to meet professional goals, understand ethical standards to science, and engage others in science-based reasoning to understand behaviors.

These skills are applicable and valuable in any industry. Additionally, many graduates can use their knowledge in other fields for graduate degree work. 

Professional Perspectives

Graduates of our Bachelor of Science in Psychology program have a wide range of career opportunities, including: 

  • Clinical Psychologist.
  • School Psychologist.
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychologist.
  • Counselor.
  • Psychology Researcher. 

Program Sequence

I Year

  • English Composition I
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Art History
  • College Algebra
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Biology
  • Computer Science I
  • Basic Writing
  • Speech Foundations 

II Year

  • Introduction to Sensation and Perception
  • Introduction to Literary Theory
  • English Composition II
  • Introduction to Research Writing
  • Child and Adolescent Development
  • Introduction to Research Methods
  • Statistical Methods
  • Brain and Behavior
  • Computer Science II
  • Personality Theory and Research

III Year

  • Social & Personality Development
  • Cognitive Behavior
  • Development in Infancy: The Basis of Human Knowledge
  • Social Psychology
  • Educational Psychology
  • Theories of Personality
  • Psychology of Interpersonal Relationships
  • Quantitative Reasoning
  • Psychology Career Development
  • Motivation and Emotion 

IV Year

  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Drugs and Behavior
  • Organizational Psychology
  • Assessment Methods
  • Psychology and Diversity
  • Case Research Methods
  • Psychology of Aging
  • Psychology Capstone

Faculty

At Carver University, we take pride in having a distinguished faculty team composed of highly qualified professors who are committed to both educational excellence and research. With their extensive backgrounds and experiences, they bring a wealth of knowledge to the classroom and to our students.

  • Angela Pongiluppi
  • Carlos Villajuana
  • Christopher Swanson
  • Daviglem Valera
  • Edgar Pebe
  • Joseph Marquette
  • Marisela Zabala

  • Melissa Houston
  • Pablo Aranibar
  • Roberto Darrigrandi
  • Alfredo Zamudio
  • Sara Geller
  • Pinkas Flint
  • Daniel Alor

  • Jorge Muro
  • Kevin Laura
  • Rober Aphang
  • Ernesto Leo
  • Jorge Bernal
  • Ben Yabar
  • Claudia Carrera

Financial Information

The application fee for the program is $150.00 and the technology fee is $150.00.
The total cost of the program is $23,040.00. This cost does not include the cost of tuition, books and materials, and other necessary fees.
Carver University takes pride in offering a variety of financial aid options for qualifying students, which may include academic scholarships, merit-based scholarships, and student loans. For more information about these opportunities and how to apply for them, please visit our Financial Aid page. 

For specific details regarding costs, we recommend visiting our Tuition and Fees page.

Carver & Coursera

Carver University, in partnership with Coursera for Campus, allows its students to take highly specialized courses and programs offered and certified by the most prestigious universities in the world.

By 2024, the following programs are available: 

  • Specialized Course: Introduction to Psychology - Universidad Austral
  • Specialized Course: Psychological First Aid - Johns Hopkins University
  • Specialized Course: Social Psychology - Wesleyan University
  • Specialized Program: Psychology - Universidad de Palermo 

Admissions

All applicants must meet the following admission requirements:

1. Submit an official high school diploma or equivalent from an accredited, state licensed, or government recognized institution.

2. Submit an official valid government issued photo identification.

3. If applying with an associate degree, the applicant must submit official transcripts from an accredited or licensed institution. A certified translation is required of a foreign degree and must be equivalent to a U.S. associate degree.

4. Any document not in English must be accompanied by a certified translated copy. 

Any document not in English must be accompanied by a certified translated copy.

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