Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Development
Your dream job is more than a career job, it’s a calling. Understanding human behavior and development over a lifespan provides a strong foundation for a wide variety of vocations in human services, social sciences, and ministry. Whether you are looking to enter a new profession or taking the next step in your current career, a degree in Psychology and Human Development at Warner Pacific can be completed in as little as 16 months.
Available online or on-campus, the BSPHD gives you the confidence you need for professional work in the public sector, non-profit organizations, education, social work, or graduate studies in social work or counseling.
Psychology and Human Development Degree
Warner Pacific is Oregon’s most diverse university. Reflecting our mission, our program focuses on ethical practice, cultural competence, and holistic care. Your coursework will develop your communication and interpersonal skills while providing technical training in areas such as:
- Conflict Resolution
- Cultural Studies
- Ethics, Faith, Living, and Learning
- Research Design and Applied Statistics
- Leadership and Supervision
The Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Development (BSPHD) will prepare you to empower individuals, families, and communities to flourish.
Professional and Graduate Studies
Why choose Warner Pacific for Psychology and Human Development?
- We have been serving adult learners throughout the Portland Metro area since 1989. Our staff is ready to support you every step of the way as you earn your degree.
- One night a week format gives you the flexibility to achieve your educational goals in just 16 months.
- Cohort learning environment offers academic support and expands your professional network.
- Instructors are human services professionals working in the field to ensure that your learning is based on current best practices and methodologies.
- Online or on-campus options to fit your location and learning needs
Ready to take the next step?
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