Argosy University-San Francisco Bay Area - Alameda, CA

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Program Information The goal of the Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology degree program at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area in Alameda, California, is to enable you to build a broad, basic understanding of social sciences theory and application. Through completion of a dynamic group of psychology core and elective courses, you can choose to prepare to pursue immediate employment, career advancement, or graduate study. Concentrations In the BA in Psychology degree program, you may choose a concentration in: ¥ Advanced Studies in Psychology ¥ Criminal Justice ¥ Human Services ¥ Organizational Psychology ¥ Substance Abuse Career Outcomes The program at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area is designed to provide skills and competencies that apply to many work environments. The Psychology degree program is designed to help students pursue entry-level human services careers in such capacities as: ¥ Academic Advisor ¥ Career Advisor ¥ Case Manager ¥ Child Care Worker ¥ Counselor ¥ Human Resources Administrator ¥ Social Services/Human Services Assistant Flexible Course Format This dynamic program is built around flexible online and in-residence accelerated classes intended to help you complete your degree rapidly. Apply Launch your career by enrolling in the BA in Psychology program. You can learn more about specific financial aid programs (available to those who qualify) on our Financial Aid & Scholarships pages, or by contacting us to request more information. This degree program is also offered at other Argosy University Locations Tuition Data for this program at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area Below is the current tuition cost for this program for a full-time student completing the entire program in normal time. All tuition and fees are subject to change. Books & Digital Resources $2800 Program Fees $2651 Room & Board* $0 Tuition $61200 The financial aid office uses an estimate of direct and indirect costs to determine how much financial aid a student may be eligible for. Direct costs include tuition, fees, some books and supplies, and institutional housing. Indirect costs include estimates of other living expenses, transportation and personal expenses. Housing costs may be considered direct or indirect. Examples of the costs of attendance estimates used can be found by clicking here. *optional where available

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