AA Applied Psychology
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Our Associate of Arts in Applied Psychology provides an understanding of psychological principles as well as a liberal arts educational foundation. You will be exposed to a variety of general and concentrated subsets in psychology and sociology. This 100% online program can be a great stepping stone toward a bachelor’s degree, and individuals seeking a credential along with a psychology and liberal arts education should consider our AA in Applied Psychology.
What You'll Learn
In our AA in Applied Psychology, you will review the major concepts of applied psychology, including theoretical perspectives, historical trends and empirical findings. You will be exposed to methods that identify, understand and develop practical solutions to problems facing individuals. Principles of effective research, critical thinking and personal development are also included in the curriculum. See sample curriculum here. Find textbooks and materials required for each specific term.
Florida Institute of Technology is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate’s, baccalaureate, master’s, education specialist and doctoral degrees.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, associate’s degree holders have higher average earnings and are less likely to be unemployed than workers with only a high school diploma. With an Associate of Arts in Applied Psychology, you’ll gain a credential useful in a variety of positions, including addiction rehabilitation assistant, benefits coordinator, and child care provider.
Time to Complete
Weeks per class
Years to complete
A few words from psychology students
“The quality of the instruction has been amazing. I was quite surprised by that. In my very first term the psychology professor who taught my class worked for NASA. That really made me sit up and take notice. This is for real. The environment is different, but the quality is exactly the same as what you would experience in a traditional classroom on campus.”
AA Applied Psychology