COVID-19 Update from the Program
The School of Undergraduate Studies (SUS) will continue to hold all classes online and virtually through Summer 2021 semester, which means we will not hold any on-campus meetings. SUS and CIIS will continue to monitor the situation daily and will follow current medical guidelines to ensure the safety of students, faculty, and staff. In SUS we feel especially fortunate to have experienced faculty who work well in the online and virtual modalities, and we look forward to working with you as you join our vibrant community. We will keep everyone apprised of our plans via the CIIS website/Canvas Cafe. If you have any questions, please contact Yue Ming Huang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2022 applications are now open!
Spring 2022 Applications are open as of September 15, 2021
Application Deadline Information for Spring 2022:
October 15, 2021 - 1st Priority deadline. Submit by October 15th, 2021 at 11:59pm PT for guaranteed review. After this date, some programs may be full and only interview for waitlist spots or not be able to further review applications.
November 15, 2021 - 2nd deadline. Please submit by November 15th, 2021 at 11:59pm PT for review.
Please note only the online program has a spring start - not the hybrid track.
Apply now at apply.ciis.edu/apply
“In our Bachelor of Science in Psychology program we want you to learn towards exactly what you and your communities need most. We think the education we offer in psychology is a strong base from which to support the life you want to fully step into.”
— Kris Brandenburger, Core Faculty
About the Program
People often ask about the difference between a BA and a BS degree in psychology. The simple answer is that the BS has a much higher concentration of coursework in the field of psychology than the BA. The BS gives learners the opportunity to focus their studies in the field of psychology, including coursework in neurobiology, cognition, trauma, and consciousness.
- Complete your undergraduate degree in as little as one year
- Be part of a dynamic learning community
- Small class size, average size 18-25 students
- Work in innovative areas of psychology, such as neurodiversity and transpersonal psychology
- Apply your skills and passions in a Senior Project of your design
Students will attend a 2 day in-person intensive to begin each semester. Following the intensive, all learning is done online via our online Learning Management System, Canvas. All online classes allow students to continue their learning, collaboration, and discussions that they began at the intensives.
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