Psychology (B.A.) 48 months Undergraduate Program By University of Houston |Top Universities
Subject Ranking

# 251-300QS Subject Rankings

Program Duration

48 monthsProgram duration

Application Deadline

03 May, 2021Application Deadline

Scholarship

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Program overview

Main Subject

Psychology

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

Online

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology online program is best for students who have already completed their Texas Core Curriculum courses and are ready to finish a degree. Only the upper division classes required to complete the Psychology (B.A.) undergraduate degree are available online.

Program overview

Main Subject

Psychology

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

Online

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology online program is best for students who have already completed their Texas Core Curriculum courses and are ready to finish a degree. Only the upper division classes required to complete the Psychology (B.A.) undergraduate degree are available online.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

1100+
6+
79+
03 May 2021
May

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The University of Houston was founded in 1927. Acreage was acquired for a permanent campus in 1936, and the first building, the Roy Gustav Cullen Memorial Building, opened in 1939. UH public service and community activities, such as cultural offerings, clinical services, policy studies, and small-business initiatives, serve a diverse metropolitan population. Likewise, the resources of the Gulf Coast region complement and enrich the university's academic programs, providing students with professional expertise, practical experience, and career opportunities. In fact, more than 84 percent of our students secure career-level jobs within three months of graduation.

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UH offers 109 bachelor's, 131 master's, 51 doctoral, and three special professional degree programs through the university's 12 colleges. The university awards more than 6,500 degrees annually. UH is the most ethnically diverse research university in the nation. The 35,180 students enrolled in fall 2004 were 39.5 percent white, 18.7 percent Asian/Pacific Islander, 18.1 percent Hispanic, 13.0 percent African American, 8.1 percent International, 0.4 percent Native American, and 2.2 percent unknown; 75 percent undergraduate and 25 percent postbaccalaureate, graduate, and professional; 48 percent male and 52 percent female; 89 percent Texas residents.


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