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Focused Psychology Degrees



From connecting with customers to communicating with peers, psychology can provide a competitive edge in just about every career field. Keiser University’s psychology programs offer students the knowledge and skills to pursue career opportunities and achieve success in a wide variety of professions.

Student-Centered Education

With individualized instruction and hands-on training

Make a Difference With A DEGREE IN Psychology

The principles of psychology are used in nearly every field, from human resources and rehabilitative therapies to educational testing and business practices. Graduates of Keiser University’s Psychology programs can pursue graduate study or career opportunities in public and private sectors such as mental health professions, social services and counseling, law, education, government, the criminal justice system, human resources, public relations, and business management.

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Graduate Degrees

Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MS Explore
Industrial and Organizational Psychology, MS Explore
Industrial and Organizational Psychology, PhD Explore
Psychology, MS Explore
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Bachelor’s Degrees

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  • Patrick Mendez Testimonial

    Why Keiser?

    “The biggest factor in my decision to come to Keiser was the student-centered experience,” Mendez said. “Students always come first.”

    Why Psychology?

    “I am interested in really helping understand why suicide is an option at that point and also being able to research and be an experimental psychologist around how we can prevent that with the future veteran population.”

    – Dr. Patrick Mendez US Military Veteran, Keiser University Graduate Ph.D. Psychology


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