If there was one universal degree, it would be psychology.
Getting your undergraduate degree in psychology can prepare you for almost any job you can imagine.
Psychology is the study of mind and behavior, which means it focuses on areas as broad as the brain and neurologic functions, to counseling, to social and environmental influences, to persuasion and marketing.
Why This Psychology Degree?
CU Denver's psychology programs focus on:
- Experimental psychology
- Animal behavior
- Developmental psychology
- Social psychology
- Cognitive psychology
- Industrial/organizational psychology
- Abnormal psychology
As a foundation, the programs also include an early exposure to research methods and statistics.
This Psychology degree is taught by the same accomplished professors who teach on campus.
Your online courses also maintain the same student/faculty ratio as the on campus courses - 17:1, so you'll have thoughtful, rich and vibrant interactions with your professor and peers.
Mix and Match
Since there's no distinction between online and on campus courses, you can you can choose whichever delivery method that works best for you and your schedule. And once you graduate, your degree is from the University of Colorado, regardless if you took online or on campus courses.