Online Psychology Degree
Earn your psychology bachelor's degree online from UND.
100% Online Degree
The entire degree program is fully online. You are never required to come to campus.
Flexible Online Courses
Take online courses on your schedule. Depending on your instructor, you’ll learn online through lesson modules, streaming video content, virtual libraries, posted lectures, and online discussion boards. Your learning typically revolves around materials that can be accessed on your own time within a set time frame.
If you need to balance work, family and other commitments, this flexible online course format will work for you.
Enroll Anytime Online Courses
UND's enroll anytime courses are offered online and are open for enrollment any day of the year. These courses are self-paced, so you can work at your own pace and have 3 to 9 months to complete the course. Courses are not eligible for financial aid.
Semester Based Online Courses
Take online courses that follow the standard University semester schedule. You'll interact in a virtual classroom with your instructor and other students. Courses qualify for financial aid.
Some online psychology courses may have opportunities for class discussions or chat sessions that are conducted "live" over the Internet. These "live" online discussions are held at set times that are convenient for most students, such as in the evenings or weekends, and many of these are optional.
Leaders in Online Education
UND began educating at a distance in 1911 with correspondence by mail courses. Today, we serve thousands of students across the globe and are recognized as a national leader in online education.
You’ll take courses from UND professors and earn a degree that’s fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). Your transcript and diploma are exactly the same as our on-campus students.
At UND, online student support is all-encompassing. You’ll encounter:
- Tutors to help you get through tough classes.
- Advisors to ensure you are staying on track.
- Library services to help you find learning resources.
- Career service staff who can help you apply your skills and find a job.