What does it cost?

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How long will it take?

Students who study full-time often finish in four semesters. Students who study part-time can finish in five or six semesters depending on how many classes you take each semester.

All required classes to earn a degree can be completed online.

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Students may enter the program in Fall, Spring or Summer semester.

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College of Arts & Sciences

Psychology B.A. or B.S. Completion Program

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LaToya and Moisés
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404-413-4393
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psyundergrad@gsu.edu

Georgia State’s online psychology degree introduces you to the study of the mind and behavior. Our classes will have you applying the concepts you’re studying to clinical, industrial, community and other social contexts, while increasing your understanding of behavior and the formation of relationships. This program allows new students with the equivalent of two years of credits toward a psychology bachelor's degree to complete the final two years online.

The psychology degree can be taken as either a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science. Both options will have you studying the theories and basic research methods in the industry and will make you a better communicator and listener. The B.S. option requires more STEM-related coursework in science and math and graduates tend to focus on the clinical applications of the degree in their jobs or graduate school attendance. The B.A. option allows you to dive into social sciences such as economics, political science or gerontology, among other topics.

Many students find that a bachelor’s degree in psychology is a good foundation for moving into graduate work in a number of fields.

Program Details

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International students
International applicants are those students who are in the U.S. on a non-immigrant visa (B-1, H-1, J-1, etc.), students who are living outside the U.S. and who will require an F-1 visa to study in the United States, students who are in the process of applying for Permanent Residency status but have not yet received the Permanent Residency card or students who have been educated outside the U.S.

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Transfer students
If you’re already in college but need a change, transferring to Georgia State can provide you with the opportunities you need to succeed — in school and after graduation.

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Students pursuing the Psychology B.A./B.S. programs must satisfy a designated major eligibility requirement:

  • Complete all courses with the Psyc prefix designated in Psychology’s Area F and
  • Earn a 2.3 grade-point average in all Psyc courses counting toward the Area F requirements (with a minimum grade of “C” in PSYC 1101)

For more details, refer to the course catalog:
B.A. program
B.S. program

The department offers three endowed scholarships for undergrads: the Elizabeth A. Kenny Scholarship, the Outstanding Psychology Honors Student Scholarship and the Theresa Nash Bernstein Scholarship in International Travel.

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Our students are prepared to face the most important problems that we face as a society. This includes include issues such as violence, substance abuse, education, intolerance, HIV, homelessness, physical health, debt and mental illness.

A career in psychology typically requires advanced study and students who successfully complete this program are well prepared for graduate-level work.

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Careers

What can I do with a psychology degree?

The field of psychology provides a network of career options that are as varied as the people who choose to study it. Alumni with a B.S. or B.A. in psychology are working in roles such as:

  • Human resource advisor
  • Psychiatric aide/attendant/technician
  • Victims’ advocate
  • Department manager
  • Patient resources/claims agent
  • Child development specialist
  • Activities director
  • Career/employment advisor
  • Community/social services staff

Contacts

General Questions

LaToya and Moisés
Enrollment Coaches
404-413-4393
online@gsu.edu

Curriculum Inquiries

25 Park Pl NE #2500
Atlanta, GA 30303

The information shared here provides an overview of Georgia State’s offerings. For official details on admissions requirements, tuition, courses and more, refer to the university catalogs.