Human Growth & Development (3 credits)
A study of the physical, mental, social, and personality growth and development for the full lifespan of the human being.
Online Bachelor's in Psychology
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Personality Psychology (3 credits)
An introduction to the theoretical approaches designed to explain the development of personality. Contemporary theories and application of Personality Psychology, as well as historical theories will be explored.
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Name: David Dvorak
Title: Enrollment Advisor
Education Background: BA in Marketing & Nutrition & NASM certified personal trainer
Previous Work Experience: College admissions for the last 7 years
When I’m not working, I: Enjoy working out, trying new food places, random weekend trips to warm climates (Vegas, California, AZ usually) and hanging out with family & friends
I’d describe myself as: Laid back, overly generous and absolutely terrified of roller coasters & haunted houses
Favorite Food: Lately..Steak Tacos from Fat Rosie’s
What excites you most about working with students as an Enrollment Advisor? I enjoy the culture and positive environment of working in higher education, and I love helping my students reach their career aspirations by taking the opportunity to invest in themselves.
A combination of theory and practice. Basic listening and counseling skills are stressed and combined with some of the major counseling theories.
Why Earn Your
Online Christian Psychology Bachelors Degree?
The online Christian Psychology Bachelor’s degree holds the balance desired by many psychology professionals today as one of its central pillars. In its tenets, the science of the field and the belief in connecting with humanity are connected to assess and achieve solutions in psychological care.
Within its Christian-center teaching model, Central Christian College's online Christian Psychology degree program prepares its graduates for a dynamic range of professional paths while uniting them with religious morals and principals, affording students the opportunity to cultivate their professional expertise while reconnecting with the Christian faith.
Online Christian Psychology Degree recipients are primed to pursue graduate study in the field, a credential that is typically a prerequisite for licensed positions such as school psychologist or substance abuse counselor. Some might also put their training from an Online Christian Psychology Degree to use within the Christian church.
Complementing the Christian principles that form the basis of Central Christian College's online Psychology degree program is the ultimate convenience it offers to its students. With a program designed for the modern multitasker, Central Christian College's courses can be completed in six-week increments and are offered asynchronously to allow students to accomplish their coursework on their schedule.
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What Our Students Are Saying
"I came in contact with Central Christian while browsing the web looking for christian colleges that had opportunities to gain a psychology degree. I researched about the college and then was reached out to. Once reached out to it was an easy choice. Never has a college put in more work getting me enrolled than Central Christian has. I am looking forward to my time being enrolled here."
Caleb Bond - Psychology