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An experienced faculty gives personal attention to each student so they can reach their full potential. A caring learning environment is ideal for spiritual growth.
Developed to help students pursue academic and personal growth both inside and outside of the classroom, the online Psychology degree program at San Diego Christian College is committed to teaching students to apply psychology across a myriad of fields, including business, education, social work, and more. This Bachelors in Psychology degree program is offered online, on campus or in a hybrid format.
SDC students who pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree in San Diego, and online, are provided with opportunities for research, program evaluation, service learning, and more. These experiences provide our students with a working knowledge of psychological theory that serves as the foundation of their career in psychology.
Students in this program will have the opportunity to take interesting and informative courses such as Life Span Development (HD 364) which is a study of human growth and development through the life cycle. Consideration of physical, emotional, cognitive, social, moral, spiritual, and personality development will be included.
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