Welcome to the School of Psychology
You may have just discovered the fascinating field of psychology or maybe you have long dreamed of getting a degree in psychology. You may new to the field or wanting to take the next step. In either case, the School of Psychology at Florida Tech provides an array of option for pursuing your interest in psychology. We offer undergraduate degrees in psychology both on campus and online, master’s degrees in psychology, and doctoral degrees. And with each psychology degree, there are many ways to tailor your studies to best prepare you for the psychology career of your choice.
Getting your degree in psychology from Florida Tech
What drives people to get a degree in psychology? Usually it is their desire to understand what makes people “tick” and to make a positive difference in the world. At Florida Tech’s School of Psychology, students start having that impact even while pursuing their studies. Through class discussions of case studies, involvement in research studies on perplexing human behavior, or applied work at the numerous internship sites in the area, students are gaining the knowledge and skills needed to understand and work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds. And students are learning form faculty who themselves are making a difference in the world, be it through their meaningful research, professional services, or community activities. Faculty members model and involve students in this work and serve as supportive and challenging mentors in the students’ growth. A degree in psychology provides you with both the knowledge and the analytic and interpersonal skills needed to understand and interact.
Students often ask “what can I do with a degree in psychology?”
By providing concentrations for each of our degrees in psychology, students can tailor the degrees for the career they envision and stand out as more prepared than the typical psychology graduate. Our undergraduate alumni are engaged in a variety of fields, including business, social services, human resources, law enforcement, sales, or advanced studies. Those graduating with master’s degree in psychology or doctoral degrees typically enter professional fields which have been growing and expanding. Our alumni page provides descriptions of some of the interesting and significant work that are alumni are doing.
Explore our website and see why Florida Tech is the place to come for a degree in psychology.
The Age of Instant Communication: Keeping Your Kids Safe
Facebook and Texting
Presenters: Trevor Taylor, M.S.; Tess Whelan Hare, B.S.
The Scott Center Psychological Services’ presented a seminar on facebook and texting. The Age of Instant Communication: Keeping Your Kids Safe was a two hour presentation, complete with a Question and Answer session, where current clinicians at the Scott Center Psychological Services provided information to parents on the risks and rewards of instant communication in today’s world.
- Surviving-and Enjoying-the Holidays
Advice from Florida Tech’s Scott Center for Autism Treatment MELBOURNE, FLA. — Already fraught with potential social and emotional challenges, the holiday season can be even more daunting for families with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Alison Betz, a board-certified behavior analyst and a faculty supervisor at Florida Institute of Technology’s Scott Center for […]
- Scott Center to Mark 5th Anniversary
Crafts, Food, Screenings at Free Open House Oct. 4 MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology’s Scott Center for Autism Treatment turns 5-years-old this year and is holding a celebration Oct. 4 that will feature food, crafts from Foosaner Art Museum, a bounce house and a host of health pre-screenings for children and adults. The […]
- Scott Center Announces Fall Workshops
Monthly Free Gatherings Often Feature School of Psychology Experts MELBOURNE, FLA. — The Scott Center on Autism Treatment at Florida Institute of Technology will host a series of free monthly workshops on a range of topics through the end of the year. The workshops, many featuring faculty and personnel from the university’s School of Psychology, […]