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Psychology

The psychology program at FSU Panama City offers a general background in psychology. With upper-level courses in the psychological disciplines of clinical, cognitive, social and neuroscience, the program offers students the flexibility to specialize in their area of greatest interest. Required coursework is designed to help students to use the scientific method to understand, describe, predict and change behavior. The program allows students to choose between courses across all areas of psychology to best match their career aspirations. Students can also further tailor the program through guided research, an honors thesis or even a summer study-abroad program at the FSU London Study Center.

FSU Panama City also boasts the nation’s top master’s program in applied behavior analysis, where students gain experience in area clinics or on-campus Early Childhood Autism Program

With class sizes averaging under 18 students, the psychology program at FSU Panama City combines an intimate academic experience with the international reputation of Florida State’s internationally recognized excellence in psychological research.

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An undergraduate degree in psychology is versatile with many rewarding career options.

 LEARN ABOUT YOURSELF AND OTHERS

Diverse curriculum will offer you a greater understanding of the way you and those around you think and behave.

 ONE DEGREE; MANY OPTIONS

An undergraduate degree in psychology opens the doors for a variety of careers, such as social services, education, health care or marketing.

 

GROWING DEMAND

Employment for counselors and psychologists is expected to grow 13% from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations.

Get the most out of your education

Experience a more well-rounded education to pursue your career or personal goals. Add an academic minor or a certificate to your degree program, or discover new interests through a student organization. Scroll through the links to learn more.

 

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