Bachelor of Arts


Psychology is the study of the human mind. It examines the biological, environmental, and social factors that influence individuals’ thoughts, feelings, and behavior.


Thousand Oaks


Evening courses
Once per week


36 credits

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About the Program

Pursuing a degree in psychology helps students develop a deeper understanding of their own and other people’s mental processes. With it, one may pursue a graduate degree and/or a wide variety of careers in counseling, education, social work, industry, research, etc.

Across all careers, a psychology degree prepares individuals to be evidence-based problem-solvers and critical thinkers. It also promotes empathy and compassion, which makes individuals better equipped to work with and lead others. Overall, a degree in psychology helps people navigate their daily lives, on both a professional and personal level.


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I'll be the first in my household to actually get a college degree. It's just a great accomplishment—it's hard to describe in words—just to know that you finished what you started.

Irma Magana