Priority Admission Application Deadlines: www.grad.usf.edu/majors
Students are not admitted to a terminal M.A. degree in Psychology. See deadlines for Ph.D.
Cognition, Neuroscience, and Social Psychology
College: Arts and Sciences
Contact Information: www.grad.usf.edu/majors
The graduate faculty of the Psychology Department is divided into three broad concentrations: Clinical, Cognition, Neuroscience, & Social Psychology, and Industrial-Organizational. Each of these areas offers Ph.D. level training in the following areas of special expertise.
Clinical – Psychopathology, Psychological Assessment and Interventions, Health Psychology, Addictive Behaviors, Clinical Child Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology.
Cognition, Neuroscience, & Social Psychology – Behavioral Neuroscience, Cognition, Judgment and Decision Making, Development, Memory, Perception, Social. In addition, with faculty in Communication Sciences and Disorders, the Cognitive and Neural Sciences faculty offer a specialization in Speech/Language/Hearing Sciences.
Industrial-Organizational – Selection, Training and Evaluation of Organization Members, Job Analysis, Motivation and Satisfaction, Occupational Health Psychology, Leadership, Career Development, Work-Family.
Methodological offerings across areas include Research Design and Statistics, Regression, Analysis of Variance, Psychometrics, Factor Analysis, Meta-analysis, Structural Equation Modeling.
Clinical Program accredited by the American Psychological Association, Psychological Clinical Sciences Accreditation System, and member of the Academy of Psychological Clinical Science.
Not a terminal MA. - Admission only through Ph.D.; see Ph.D. Requirements.
The Department of Psychology does not admit students seeking a terminal M.A. degree in Psychology. Additional information is available in the Graduate Student Handbook: http://psychology.usf.edu/policies/students.aspx