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The objective of the Bachelor of Science in Psychology Program at Albizu University, San Juan Campus, is to instill you with the foundational knowledge of the various aspects of psychology related to theory, diversity, and research. This will allow you to develop an appreciation for the worth and dignity of all people regardless of their background, origin, and life circumstances. The program will also provide you with the necessary skills for entry into various graduate degree programs as well as for you to start your career in the mental health profession.
Our program is designed for working adults and requires that you transfer the equivalent of an associate degree in arts or science.
As a student in the Bachelor of Science in Psychology Program at Albizu University, you will be part of a university with a long history of prestige and success in the training of psychologists in Puerto Rico.
An essential feature of Albizu’s Bachelor of Science in Psychology Program is to expose you to a variety of multicultural topics which will enhance your knowledge and skills in working with diverse populations.
In our Bachelor of Science in Psychology Program you will taught by a diverse group of doctoral level faculty with vast experience and expertise in various areas of human behavior. They will enrich your academic experience by bringing their real-life experience to the classroom.
As a Albizu's Bachelor of Science in Psychology student you will have the opportunity to work in small group settings which allows for continuous and direct interaction between students and faculty.
Ninety-five percent (95%) of graduates of our Bachelor of Science in Psychology Program are accepted into our graduate programs in psychology.
As a graduate of the Bachelor of Science in Psychology program at Albizu University, San Juan Campus, you will be able to work in both government and private agencies as psychology assistants, health consultants, student recruiters for academic programs and other work settings.