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Behavioral Health



Behavioral Health

Online Undergraduate Program
Earn your Bachelor of Arts degree in Behavioral Health online with the University of Jamestown. Our accredited, online degree program focuses on the scientific study of thoughts, behaviors, and emotions and how they relate to a person’s mental health and level of well-being – all while preparing you for an undergraduate career in behavioral health or graduate study in psychology, counseling, social work, or a related behavioral health field. Upon completion, you will be able to demonstrate:

  • A knowledge base in Psychology, including describing key concepts, principles, and overarching themes
  • Scientific inquiry and critical thinking, with the ability to interpret, design, and conduct basic psychological research
  • Ethical and social responsibility in a diverse world
  • Effective writing in APA style, communication and presentation skills
  • Professional development with the ability to apply psychological content and skills to career goals
Take the direct route.

Interested in obtaining your master’s degree in Clinical Counseling after graduation? Once you successfully complete 18 psychology credits in our Behavioral Health program, you can apply for direct entry into our two-year master’s level counseling program.

Setting you up for success.

Whether you want to advance or change your career, our online behavioral health program provides the courses and flexibility you need to succeed. With transfer credit options and 24/7 access to our online classroom, you can complete your degree on your terms. Plus, with a wide array of elective classes, you can make your degree your own—choosing between field training, independent study projects, and study abroad opportunities.

Improve your skill set & advance your career, with business courses online.


  • Applied Behavior Analyst
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Family Support Specialist
  • Child Protective Services Worker
  • Correctional Counselor
  • Mental Health Counselor


Students must complete 43 credit hours, at $330 per credit, to complete the program. The other 81 credits required for graduation with a Bachelor of Arts should be completed in the form of general education, transfer credits, and/or CLEP tests.


Course Title (credits)
Psyc 101 General Psychology (3)
Psyc 150 Critical Thinking (1)
Psyc 202 Research Methods (3)
Psyc 230 Behavior Modification (3)
Psyc 252 Psychiatric Treatments in Counseling (3)
Psyc 310 Cognitive Psychology (3)
Psyc 318 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (3)
Psyc 320 Social Behavior (3)
Psyc 335 Biopsychology (3)
Psyc 460 History of Psychology (3)
Psyc 470 Psychology of Gender and Culture (3)
Plus 12 credits from the following courses:
Course Title (credits)
Psyc 192 Psychology in the Workplace (3)
Psyc 285 Introduction to Counseling Helping Skills (3)
Psyc 341 Medical Psychology (3)
Psyc 380 Public Health & Prevention (3)
Psyc 405 Clinical Psychology (3)
Psyc 465 Sports Psychology (3)
Psyc 471 Child Psychopathology (3)

Andrea Twedt
Andrea Twedt, PhD
Director of Online Business/Communications
Committed to helping you succeed — both in and out of the classroom.

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