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Get to the Heart of the Human Experience
National University’s Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Psychology program offers a complementary alternative to the traditional science-based psychology major. With a holistic psychology degree, you’ll understand and appreciate an individual’s deepest values, emotions, inter- and intrapersonal relationships, and relationships with the physical and spiritual world.
Throughout the program, you’ll get a sense of the whole person by developing knowledge and skills important to health and growth, like self-reflection, consciousness, and creativity. Using the perspectives of existential-humanistic, phenomenon science, transpersonal, and scientific psychology, deeper layers will be revealed. As a graduate of the program, you’ll be prepared to help others increase acceptance and responsibility for their lives and will be well-equipped to pursue advanced study.
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Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of National University’s BA in Integrative Psychology program, you will be able to:
- Articulate an understanding of human experience using major theories, concepts, and historical trends in psychology
- Explain the dynamic relationships among nature, health, and humanity
- Examine cultural and spiritual practices that influence self-awareness and well-being
- Evaluate sociocultural contributions to personal growth, expression, and knowledge
- Demonstrate skills in multiple modes of communication, presentations, and projects utilizing different literary and methodological formats
- Exhibit original learning by gathering and critically evaluating information using current technologies
- Apply your knowledge using holistic approaches to solve a real-world problem
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