Study the intricacies of the human mind and prepare for a fulfilling career in mental health care, research and beyond.
Human behavior is an endless source of fascination. At UND, you’ll explore why people behave the way they do. You'll learn more about a variety of psychological issues.
- Program type:
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
- 120 (major), 20 (minor)
Why earn a psychology degree?
UND's Psychology Degree
Participate in hands-on research projects for academic credit.
Earn credit through teaching assistantships and other community activities.
Take part in activities led by the Student Psychological Association and the Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society.
Study with faculty who are experts in psychology and the law, social relationships, clinical psychology, and health psychology.
For those who are Active Duty, the psychology degree is AU-ABC eligible.
Let our team of academic advisors help you plan your major. You'll also have access to personalized Degree Map software to keep you on track to graduate in four years.
What to do with a psychology degree?
Psychology Degree Courses
Flexible Online Psychology
Earning your B.A. in Psychology online has never been easier. Our 100% online Psychology degree program can be completed at any hour of the day (or night). You never have to come to campus.
You have two flexible and fully accredited options to pursue your online Psychology degree. Both options are offered in an asynchronous format.
- Self-Paced Enroll Anytime Online Psychology 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 Psyschology 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.
With asynchronous classes, you do not attend class at a set time. If you need to balance work, family, and other commitments, this flexible format allows you to learn anywhere at any time.
Depending on your instructor, you’ll learn online through:
- Lesson modules
- Streaming video content
- Virtual libraries
- Posted lectures
- Online simulations
There will be times when you interact with your instructor and classmates through online discussion boards, polls, and chat rooms.
Your learning revolves around materials that can be accessed on your own time within a set time frame. However, this is not a self-paced course. You’ll have structure and deadlines.
What can you expect from UND's online psychology degree?
Leader in Psychology
UND's psychology major, Newzaira Khan, studied chemical dependency. She wants to help people deal with their substance abuse issues and find a path to sobriety.Read Newzaira's Story