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This self-paced, undergraduate course introduces the discipline of psychology and the psychology degree program. As part of the course, you will examine the field of study, skill sets, and contemporary issues related to various psychological fields. You will also research the psychology degree and class offerings in order to map out a specific degree plan that aligns with your personal and professional goals.

This course is divided into the following modules:
1.  Why Study Psychology?
2.  Professional Roles, with Populations and Needs Served in the Psychology Field
3.  Basic Concepts, Skills, and Issues in the Psychology Field
4.  Program, Careers, and Professional Goals in the PSychology Field: Your Degree Plan

There is no cost for this course.


If you feel that you have mastered the knowledge, practical application, and skill set presented in this course, then you can take a Course Assessment for a chance to earn undergraduate credit at Kaplan University. Course Assessments are evaluations in the form of multiple choice questions, essays, or projects that allow you to demonstrate your proficiency for a given subject. Click the TAKE COURSE ASSESSMENT button for details.

Please note that you may have only one attempt to register for and take the Course Assessment for this course and Assessment Credit will not be awarded if you are in violation of the Kaplan University policies described below:

Enrolled and returning Kaplan University students may not take a Course Assessment if they have already begun the University course equivalent or have received a failing grade in the University course equivalent.

Enrolled and returning Kaplan University students may not take a Course Assessment during add/drop week of the University course equivalent, even if they never post attendance in the course equivalent or drop the course equivalent before the add/drop week has expired.