BA Applied Psychology Clinical Psychology

Discover how to identify, treat and prevent psychological disorders.

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Our Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology with a Concentration in Clinical Psychology provides you with a broad knowledge base in the field of applied psychology, including the causes, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of psychological disorders. In this program, offered 100% online, you will also explore subject areas ranging from abnormal psychology and multicultural issues to substance abuse and social psychology.

What You'll Learn

In our BA in Applied Psychology Clinical Psychology program, you will study major theoretical approaches to personality development and research in the field. You will also discover the biological principles underlying emotion, motivation, learning and memory, as well as the methods of clinical assessment of behavioral disorders. 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.


With a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology Clinical Psychology, you can explore career opportunities in a variety of fields, including social and behavioral sciences, and positions such as residential assistant, case manager and substance abuse counselor. This program also serves as preparation for graduate studies in clinical psychology.

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A few words from psychology students

“Working in psychiatry and taking classes at FIT, I have been able to incorporate both my work life into my schooling and my schooling into my work life. During meetings, I have been able to talk about things the unit or patients may need and staff listened. Since attending FIT, I have been able to put together a clinical practice group for psychiatry, and request and get recreational therapy and hospital school for the minor children who have been in the emergency department more than 24 hours.”

Yvell S.

BA Applied Psychology Clinical Psychology