Explore Classes for the Online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Psychology majors take a series of required courses that include Introduction to Psychology, Research Methods and a capstone Seminar. The second part of the degree explores five core areas of psychology, with classes in research, social, biological, psychological and diversity perspectives. Finally, psychology majors have an opportunity to expand or to focus their interests by choosing a set of psychology electives.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks offers both a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in psychology for undergraduates. Both degrees require the same course work in psychology but vary in the depth of math and science in other disciplines.
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Find out why UAF offers one of the best online psychology degrees in the nation. Offered at an in-state tuition rate no matter where you live, our online programs provide the kind of collaborative, hands-on educational experience you would expect in a traditional classroom. It’s one of the reasons our online degrees have been ranked among the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Learn more and apply today to get started on your online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
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Cost breakdown for the online degree in psychology
The estimated cost of the online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program based on current rates is $43,300.
See what your dollars go toward on the UAF eCampus Tuition and Fees page.
Online Psychology degree example projects
What can you do as a psychology major at UAF? Here are a few examples:
- Conduct research on a topic and write up your findings for both scientific and non-scientific audiences.
- Assemble a professional portfolio you can use when applying for jobs.
- Participate in research with other students, guided by a faculty member.