BA in Applied Psychology
The BA in Applied Psychology program is designed for adult learners seeking professional advancement in leadership, career development, employee relations, training, coaching, worker productivity, performance evaluation, and other human resource management fields. The program offers training in social psychology, personality studies and industrial psychology along with courses on business principles.
FASTRACK Program benefits
- Earn your degree from a respected, non-profit college, with 100 years of professional education experience.
- Evening/weekend courses allow you to complete your degree around your work schedule.
- Online or on-campus—learn with other adult students who, like you, bring experience and knowledge to the classroom.
- Learn from Loyola professors at the top of their fields.
For more information on the BA in Applied Psychology degree program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Total Number of Major Courses||12|
|Total Number of Major Credit Hours||36 credit hours. Each student's remaining hours toward Core, mission specific requirements, and general elective requirements will vary depending on transfer credit. Please review the curriculum page to learn more about your requirements beyond your major credit hours.|
|Start Terms||Students can begin during any of the 5 sessions throughout the academic year.|
|Transfer Credit Accepted Toward Major||18 credit hours / 6 courses|
|Schedule Format||Courses offered in 8 week session format with online and evening options.|
|Course Locations||Water Tower Campus – 820 N. Michigan Ave, Chicago
|Application and Admission Requirements||Application
Official transcripts from all prior institutions
2.0 GPA or higher and in good standing at all
|Tuition and Fees
Finish Your Degree: Classroom Visit Night
Tuesday April 11, 2017
25 E. Pearson St, Chicago, IL 60611
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Wednesday April 12, 2017