Earn Your Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Psychology

Palo Alto University will not be enrolling any students into the Business Psychology program for the fall 2021 term.

You can graduate with your Bachelor of Science in Business Psychology in just two years with our college transfer program designed for students interested in the intersection of business and behavioral science. Palo Alto University offers this highly structured program ideal for transfer students from a community college or university program, and it is available in a hybrid online format.

Expand Your Professional Skills With a Versatile Degree

The B.S. in Business Psychology curriculum includes a mix of business, economics, and psychology courses to prepare students for a variety of professional settings. Students benefit by learning from faculty members with real-world experience in business and clinical settings and complete a senior internship to enhance their network and develop key interpersonal skills.

Explore Various Career Possibilities

Graduates from PAU will be prepared for a diverse range of careers or to continue on to graduate school. Possible careers include roles in human resources and customer service, as well as sales and marketing positions. Students will also complete courses in organizational behavior, personality assessment, and employee motivation, preparing them for roles in project and people management. Read student testimonials to learn how PAU's program has helped graduates in the Bay Area and beyond reach their professional goals.

Join the PAU Community

Palo Alto University is a nonprofit university dedicated to the student experience and representing diverse cultures and communities. When you choose PAU for your undergraduate studies, you'll benefit from small class sizes and affordable stabilized tuition. In fact, 76% of PAU students benefit from scholarship aid or grants to help reduce the cost of attendance. Get started by completing our online request form to find out if PAU is a good fit for you.

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