Degree Levels Offered for Health Psychology

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Health Psychology Courses


Media Course Start Date Professor School
009 full-course 9 Clinical Psychology N/A N/A Saylor
This course covers the basis of clinical psychology, which is the study of diagnosing, treating, and understanding abnormal and maladaptive behaviors.
045 full-course 45 Clinical Psychology N/A N/A Nauman Qureshi Virtual University of Pakistan
This course is designed to provide students with an initial educational experience that introduces them to the field of clinical psychology.
021 audio 21 Clinical Psychology 2012-09-01 Fall 2012 Ann M. Kring University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course covers the theoretical and empirical approaches to explaining psychological dysfunction.
000 mixed Developmental Psychology 2013-03-01 Spring 2013 Alison Gopnik University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley)
The psychological development of children from birth to adolescence, including personality and cognitive development, is covered in this course.
045 full-course 45 Health Psychology N/A N/A Humair Hashmi Virtual University of Pakistan
Health psychology helps students reach an understanding of how biology, behavior, and social context influence health and illness in individuals.
030 full-course 30 Introduction to Cognitive Psychology N/A N/A Timothy Slattery University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
This course is an introduction to the basic concepts of cognitive psychology, such as perception, attention, memory, language, and thought; the relation of cognitive psychology to cognitive science and to neuropsychology is also covered.
018 full-course 18 Introduction to Psychology 2012-09-01 Fall 2012 Carnegie Melon University
Students will participate in an engaging introduction to the essential topics in psychology.
045 full-course 45 Introduction to Psychology N/A N/A Sarah Shahed Virtual University of Pakistan
This course introduces students to the field of psychology and discusses basic concepts of psychology, like learning, memorizing, retention, emotions, and thinking processes.
008 full-course 8 Introduction to Psychology 2013-06-01 Summer 2013 Steve Joordens University of Toronto
In this psychology course from the University of Toronto, students will develop a basic understanding of fundamental concepts in the field of psychology.
023 audio 23 Introduction to Psychology 2010-09-01 Fall 2010 Chris Grace Biola University
This course provides a survey of psychology, with topics including development, cognition, learning, motivation, and socialization.

Accredited Online Health Psychology Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
ITT Technical Institute-Nashville Yes 74% 90% 20%
Everest College-Henderson Yes 100% 90% 57%
Eastern Oregon University Yes 65% 96% 32%
ITT Technical Institute-Clovis Yes 82% 88% 46%
Cuyahoga Valley Career Center Yes N/A 75% 55%
St Vincent's College Yes 87% 100% 60%
Bunker Hill Community College Yes 100% 70% 11%
NorthWest Arkansas Community College Yes 100% 84% 12%
Fort Myers Institute of Technology Yes 100% 59% 62%
University of Massachusetts Amherst Yes 63% 88% 67%
ITT Technical Institute-Dunmore Yes 89% 79% 23%
Azusa Pacific University Yes 49% 95% 63%
University of Illinois at Springfield Yes 56% 97% 47%
Big Bend Community College Yes 100% 82% 30%
Globe University Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center Yes 100% 100% 27%
Cambridge College Yes 100% 41% N/A
Great Basin College Yes 100% 80% 23%
Southeastern Illinois College Yes 100% 82% 36%
Aquinas Institute of Theology Yes N/A N/A N/A
Omaha School of Massage and Healthcare of Herzing University Yes 81% 100% 68%

Health Psychology at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Health Psychology

    • 41 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Health Psychology
      • 20% Male
        Students
      • 80% Female
        Students
    • 20 Master's Degrees in
      Health Psychology
      • 20% Male
        Students
      • 80% Female
        Students
    • 2 Doctoral Degrees in
      Health Psychology
      • 0% Male
        Students
      • 100% Female
        Students

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