Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Program is designed for high school as well as for working professionals. The BS in Psychology program is designed as a specialized major in Psychology to serve as a foundation for professional development or as preparation for advanced graduate study. The program requires 120 credit hours for completion.
Master of Science in Psychology
This program infuses multicultural competencies into its curriculum, a critical advantage in training mental health practitioners for today's complex world. The Master's Program offers majors in Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling.
Master of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
It is the top ranked ranked Master program of its kind in Florida and the eastern U.S. The curriculum is designed to train culturally sensitive practitioners who develop and apply scientific knowledge to the solution of problems in the workplace.
Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree in Clinical Psychology
This program is offered with concentrations in General Practice, Forensic Psychology, Child Psychology, and Clinical Neuropsychology. The Doctoral Program (Psy.D. is accredited by the American Psychological Association). The program seeks to train culturally sensitive and competent psychologists, providing students with a rich exposure to culturally diverse populations. In conjunction with their academic coursework, students in the Psy.D Program must complete a clinical practica requirements.
Ph.D. in Human Services
The Human Services filed focuses on meeting the needs of the people struggling with illness, addiction, poverty, violence and crime. A Ph.D. in Human Services prepares you to help professionals in a broad range of settings such as Healthcare Agencies, Treatment Facilities, Clinical Social Work, Criminal Justice, Disaster, Crisis and Intervention, Family Studies and Intervention Strategies, Human Services Administration, Public Health and Social Policy Analysis and Planning.