Brenau’s Bachelor of Science in Psychology opens a wide range of career opportunities in counseling, human resources, sales, law and more, preparing you to take on the important issues that you care about most. This degree will help you:
Our FREE program guide puts everything you need to know in one place.
Over the course of this 120-credit program, you’ll take a variety of classes that have been specifically developed to help you build the tactical skills you’ll need while on the job.
You’ll choose three of the following courses:
“Throughout all programs in the psychology department, there is a focus on integrating knowledge and skills along with critical thinking and good decision making.”
— Julie V. Battle, Ph.D., Chair
Brenau Department of Psychology
Study when—and where—it’s convenient for you.
Our unique team of coaches offer expert guidance, from day one to graduation, that you won’t find anywhere else.
We’ll take up to 65 of your credits.
To learn more about what it’s like to take college courses online, call an enrollment coach: 866.239.4762
The recent impact of COVID-19 has many colleges hurrying to create online classes. At Brenau, our online degrees are anything but hurried. With our 20+ years of experience perfecting an accelerated online curriculum, you can rest assured you’re in expert hands.
The experience you’ll get through this degree can act as your stepping stone toward a master’s or doctorate program, an important credential that will qualify you for a number of counseling opportunities. With your advanced degree, you’ll be ready to move into positions at mental health facilities, government offices or other businesses.
As a psychology graduate, there are several career paths you could take—that’s why our curriculum introduces you to all aspects of psychology. Whether you’re just getting started in your career, or you’re looking to advance within your current field, you’ll graduate ready to be an even more versatile, invaluable asset to your company.
Georgia Average Salary: $69,346*
National Average Salary: $71,640*
Aid struggling families and individuals through social problems to positively influence the well-being of communities and neighborhoods.
Duties include: connecting individuals and families with community resources, supervising fundraising efforts and building relationships with donors.
Georgia Average Salary: $129,465*
National Average Salary: $134,465*
Serve as an intermediary between health services and the community to build trust and patient access to community health resources.
Duties include: facilitating community outreach events, writing grant proposals and coordinating plans for community-wide health goals.
Georgia Average Salary: $68,954*
National Average Salary: $48,500**
Help clients with issues related to mental and emotional health by providing support, counseling and treatment strategies.
Duties include: observing client behavior to assess emotional and mental needs, leading counseling sessions and consulting with doctors as needed.
You don’t have to pay for your degree entirely on your own—take advantage of the variety of financial aid options available, including: