Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences—Data Analytics and Psychological Sciences Explore the World of Well-Being Through Analytical and Statistical Methodologies

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The Data Analytics and Psychological Sciences concentration for Penn LPS Online’s Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree program offers an in-depth examination of both data analytics and the psychological sciences, focusing on where these two fields meet and complement each other. Through this online coursework, you’ll gain data analysis and literacy skills that will help you develop and advance strategies for all phases of well-being improvement practices: personally, organizationally, and within your community. Your concentration in Data Analytics and Psychological Sciences also covers:

  • Basic regression model implementation and interpretation
  • Advanced predictive modeling and machine learning
  • How to implement and analyze surveys
  • Empirical foundations of positive psychology and the science of well-being
  • Key research themes such as positive emotions, relationships, accomplishment, and more
  • How to investigate applications of positive psychology in different professional settings
  • The basics of positive psychology research, measurement, and evaluation


Customize your degree and your education to your personal and professional goals. Choose from course blocks in data analytics or applied positive psychology, or chart a new course with input from your academic advisor.


Our online courses are designed for working adults like you, giving you the opportunity to develop and hone new skills while you continue to pursue your career—or pivot to a new one.


Penn LPS Online gives non-traditional students access to an Ivy League education accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education through the University of Pennsylvania.


Designed to make an immediate impact on your career, Penn LPS Online coursework equips you with the skills and credentials identified by experts and validated by our employer advisory board.