With Regent University's Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree, students engage the human condition through science and Christian wonder to equip the world for self-discovery and flourishing. A group of committed professors in psychology help students appreciate the way God reveals himself through the scientific method but also how a Christian worldview provides a more holistic appreciation of being human.
Students in the psychology program at Regent develop a deeper understanding of psychological theory and methodology, cultural motivations that drive people to do what they do, and how to think about psychological issues logically and responsibly. All of this is done through the lens of a Christian worldview that recognizes human beings are not simply evolved animals but uniquely created in the image of God. Because of that approach the psychology program at Regent equips students to clearly identify the philosophical issues underlying the discipline of psychology so they can interpret and understand scientific research from a Christian perspective.
In addition to studying stimulating and creative subject matter, you will be learning alongside students and professors in a supportive online and on campus learning community. Through the use of class forums, blogs and the latest version of the online Blackboard classroom technology, you can easily ask questions and bounce ideas off your classmates and professors.
Open avenues after earning regionally accredited psychology degree?
Regent's Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree program, which is also offered online, will prepare you to do counseling, public relations, social work, ministry work and many other job opportunities that call for a deep understanding of the human mind and heart. Furthermore, you will be fully prepared for any graduate program in psychology. Whichever path you decide to take, you will gain tremendously from Regent's Christ-centered approach to psychology.
The bachelor degree program is also offered in a two-year