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Psychology Online

A New School of Thought

Psychology is the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. The psychology major teaches you how to apply psychological knowledge in a variety of issues encountered in everyday life. You will be better equipped to understand yourself and the world around you through courses that nurture critical thinking and skilled inquiry. The Bachelor of Arts in psychology can be completed 100% online, providing a flexible, convenient and cost-effective way to launch a rewarding career in as few as 18 months, with fall and spring starts.

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COL 110: Online Academic Success

PSY 120: General Psychology

PSY 220: Research Methods

PSY 230: Development Psychology

PSY 231: Abnormal Psychology 

​PSY 236: Social Psychology

PSY 300: History and Systems

PSY 312 Applied Psychology

PSY 350: Learning and Memory

PSY 360: Cognitive Psychology 

PSY 370: Physiological Psychology

PSY 400: Ethics in Psychology (1 credit)

PSY 402: Advanced Research Experience in Psychology (2 credits)

SSC 230: Introduction to Statistics for Social Scientists 

Work with our staff to determine whether you can transfer earned credits, as well as to plan your individual program completion roadmap.

Psychology Online Tuition

Completion Track Courses     

$395 per credit hour


Psychology Online Expenses 

Application fee – No fee to apply

Student Services fees – Included in your tuition

Course Resource fee – Included in your tuition

Testing fees – Included in your tuition

Books and Supplies – Varies by course requirements; approximately $100 -- $300 per course

Transcript fees (transferring schools) – Varies by institution, typically $20 - $30 per school.


Financial Aid

You may be eligible for tuition assistance through the South Carolina Tuition Grant. We encourage you to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at Newberry College school code: 003440

  • Complete the Online Programs application for admission.
  • Have official transcripts sent from all academic institutions from which we will be considering credits for transfer.
  • Review your free credit evaluation and complete your Degree Completion Roadmap with your program advisor so you’ll know exactly where you stand now and what comes next.


Our admission counselors are ready to answer questions and walk you through the application process.

Call 803.321.5276 or email to request more information.

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Career Possibilities

  • Case Worker
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Social Services
  • Youth Program Director
  • Behavior Analyst
  • Training Specialist
  • Marketing Researcher
  • Research Assistant
  • Sales Representative
  • Behavior Analyst
  • Human Resources
  • Probation/Parole Officer
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Child Care Specialist
  • Laboratory Assistant


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