BSPsy students
BSPsy students

As a student in the Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSPsy) program, you will acquire fundamental knowledge of psychology as a social and natural science through an engaging and integrated combination of theory, experimental application and practice. At the same time, you will develop research skills, critical thinking and communication skills that are part of the portfolio of qualifications of today’s well-rounded, versatile psychology professional.

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The Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSPsy) Flyer

The Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSPsy) Flyer

Strengths of the BSPsy Program

Our program in Psychology is revised to keep current with emerging developments in the field. Students have the opportunity to work closely with psychology faculty members on field placements and research projects. Program strengths include the following:

  • Extensive integration of psychological theory and research methods.
  • Wide spectrum of electives, including Forensic Psychology, Developmental Psychopathology, Neuropsychology, Psychology of Addictions, and School Psychology and Learning Disabilities.
  • Cognitive behavioral program orientation, with the exploration of other approaches to psychotherapy and counseling.
  • Opportunity for hands-on practical experience at various community internship sites, under close supervision.
  • Outreach community programs and events with the participation of mental health organizations and our College Counseling Center.
  • Designing, conducting, analyzing and writing an original research project.
  • Faculty mentoring and personal support for your academic and professional development.
  • Career counseling and opportunities for networking through our Career Development Office during and after your studies.

BSPsy Career Paths

The program provides a well-rounded education in which you not only acquire professional skills, but also develop character, self-awareness, intellectual breadth, and social skills. You’ll acquire the credentials needed to be prepared to continue your studies at the graduate level, and the skills and competencies needed for entry level positions in the human services and mental health fields.

Degree Recognition

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSPSY) graduates of Hellenic American University have applied for and received recognition of professional equivalence of their degree by the Greek Ministry of Education, Religious Affairs and Sports. In addition to receiving recognition of professional equivalence, BSPSY graduates have also applied for and received a license of professional practice in psychology.

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Program Structure

You will need to complete a total of 123 credits to earn the Bachelor of Science in Psychology: 40 credit hours (13 courses) in general education, 18 credit hours (6 courses) in free electives (or a minor) and 65 credit hours (21 courses) in psychology, together and the Capstone Project. Full-time students can complete the program in 8 semesters, while part-time students will need between 5 to 8 years to complete their degree, depending on the number of courses taken each semester. Consult the Hellenic American University website for a detailed list and description of courses in the degree program.

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What students and graduates say about the program

  • The people who taught me, from Psychology to Management professors were all very knowledgeable and up to date in their field. I was always motivated to go to class and learn from these great instructors. Every university has laptops, buildings, and's the people that make the difference. And during my time at Hellenic American College, I was lucky enough to meet many great people that made me believe in myself. If my professors at Hellenic American College hadn’t believed in me, and hadn’t given the best they could – as they do with every student – I wouldn't be where I am today.

    • Nikoletta Samara
    • BSPsy ’16
    • HR Manager for England for Verint
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