The ETSU program ranked fourth based on a combination of factors, including academic quality, affordability and online competency. The rankings include programs with at least 50% of required credits offered online, and ETSU’s program course work can be taken mostly online, although the Department of Psychology does not offer a formal online degree program.
A majority of courses may be taken in an online format, and a limited number of on-campus courses or meetings are required.
Both B.S. and B.A. degrees psychology with a concentration in child psychological science are offered for students interested in early human development or in working with children either clinically or in educational or other settings. The concentration requires a minor in early childhood education and development.
More information about ETSU’s program is available at www.etsu.edu/online and on the Department of Psychology website, www.etsu.edu/cas/psychology. The department may be reached by phone at 423-439-4424.
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