BSIS: Foundations of Counseling Psychology and Behavioral Health

The Bachelor of Science in Integrated Studies: Foundations of Counseling Psychology and Behavioral Health is designed for adult learners who are looking for applied study experience in order to pursue careers in social work or counseling or to fill related roles in healthcare. The program's courses introduce students to clinical psychology, counseling, and social work and provide the tools students need to understand research and its application to future practice. Elective courses allow students to explore areas of interest that correspond with local need. For example, students who wish to work with the growing population of older adults might take Developmental Psychology, Social Gerontology, and Psychology of Aging.

Note: Completion of this program does not make students eligible for any professional licensure status.

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