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Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology, Argosy University - Tampa Campus

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Affordable Tiered Tuition Plan is a program designed to give students the opportunity to earn tuition deduction all the way to graduation. Every student who dedicates endless hours to their education deserves a deduction. Here’s how it works for a bachelor's degree program:*†

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  • > 25% credits*

    10% tuition deduction
  • > 50% credits*

    15% tuition deduction
  • > 75% credits*

    20% tuition deduction

*earned program credits

*To see full eligibility requirements and excluded programs, please visit this page (pdfs by program previously approved). Associate’s level offers separate tuition reduction structure. Graduate and certificate programs are not eligible for tiered tuition.

† Students utilizing partnership agreements or enrolling as a Continual Transfer Waiver will not be eligible for the reduced tuition. Those students will receive the tuition reduction as outlined in the partnership agreement or transfer waiver.

Program Information

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology degree program can provide students with the education, training and skills to pursue entry-level human services careers such as Case Manager, Child Care Worker, Counselor, Human Resources Administrator, Academic Advisor, Career Advisor or Social Services/Human Services Assistant.

The first step toward earning your Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology Degree is to apply today. You can learn more about financial aid options, available to those who qualify, by visiting our Financial Aid and Scholarships pages, or by contacting us to request more information.

About the Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology Degree Program at Argosy University, Tampa

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology Degree Program at Argosy University, Tampa is a four-year, 120 credit hour program that gives students the opportunity to develop a broad understanding of social sciences theory and application. After completing a dynamic program of psychology core and elective courses, you can be prepared to pursue employment, career advancement, or graduate study.

Nearly 40% of students attending Argosy University, Tampa are pursuing their BA in Psychology, making it one of our most popular degree programs. The program offers concentrations in Criminal Justice, Human Services, Organizational Psychology, Child and Adolescent Studies, Advanced Studies in Psychology, and Substance Abuse.

Some ground or “on campus” classes are offered one night a week in combination with online courses. Our flexible course format can make it possible for you to complete your degree conveniently. We also offer a Masters Accelerated Program, which offers students earning their bachelor’s degree in Psychology the opportunity to take master’s level courses in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, Industrial Organizational Psychology, or Human Services at undergraduate tuition rates and completing their master’s degree in less time.

Our accomplished, experienced faculty* is engaged, committed to excellence, and available to mentor students. Our Academic Resources Center is also available to provide students with consistent academic support.

What knowledge and skills can I gain from completing the Tampa Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology degree program?

Students can develop a broad understanding of social sciences theory and application. During their time at Argosy University, they also have the opportunity to interact with industry professionals through role plays, case studies, and real-world experience in their selected area of concentration.

What career opportunities are there for graduates of the Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology degree program?

The program is designed to help students develop the core skills and competencies that can prepare them for a variety of entry-level human services careers, including:

• Academic Advisors, who help students with their educational plans
• Career Advisors, who guide individuals in pursuing or changing a career
• Case Workers or Managers, who support and investigate cases of child and domestic abuse
• Mental Health Associates, who work with medical team members to assist in creating client mental health treatment plans

How to Apply
The first step toward earning your Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology Degree is to apply today. You can learn more about financial aid options, available to those who qualify, by visiting our Financial Aid and Scholarships pages, or by contacting us to request more information.

*Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty and instructors.
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