Department of Psychology
We are committed to the pursuit of innovative scientific inquiry that addresses important societal issues. Our program’s aim is to help advance the field of psychology through thoughtful intellectual leadership built on the foundation of careful empirical research efforts that have implications for helping to improve the human condition.
B.A. in Psychology
Psychology involves the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Because of this psychology is relevant to many other areas of study both inside and outside of the social and behavioral sciences. More about the B.A. in Psychology
M.A. in Psychology
The USFSP Master of Arts in Psychology provides study of biological, social, developmental and cognitive bases of health and human behavior, with concentrated emphasis on how adjustment in these realms serves as the platform for later health and chronic disease outcomes. More about the M.A. in Psychology
Infant-Family Mental Health Graduate Certificate
The fully online Infant-Family Mental Health (IFMH) graduate certificate program provides broad coverage of theoretical/conceptual and applied issues necessary for understanding infant-parent relationships and infant and toddler social and emotional development. More about the IFMH Graduate Certificate
Fall of 2012, the Psychology Department launched the Friends of USFSP Psychology Fundraising Campaign. Please consider donating in support of continued excellence in student academics and research.