Online college-level psychology courses include free, open online courses, such as Yale University's introduction to psychology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology's neuroscience and behavior and Johns Hopkins' psychiatric epidemiology. Drexel University and Central Michigan University are among the most affordable online psychology degree programs. Developmental psychology, computer-assisted data analysis, cognitive psychology and experimental psychology are among Drexel University's online psychology courses, and Central Michigan's online courses include the psychology of women, clinical interviewing and counseling, and the psychology of aging.
The psychology, biology and politics of food, which investigates eating and its relationship to health and well-being, is another of Yale's online psychology courses. The 12 psychology courses that MIT offers online include the nature of creativity, social psychology and the society of the mind, a graduate-level course focusing on the workings of the mind and theories applied to various mental processes. Other Johns Hopkins online psychology courses include statistics in psychosocial research and introduction to mental health and disaster preparedness.
The online psychology degree programs of Arizona State University and Nebraska's Bellevue University are also among the best and most affordable. Arizona State presents its online program psychology courses in the context of cultural, sociohistorical and transnational issues. Bellevue's online course offerings cover research and the evaluation of psychological concepts and applications and include courses addressing diverse cultures, nutrition and human genetics.