Master of Arts in General Psychology


The Master of Arts in General Psychology (MAGP) is designed to develop a broad base of knowledge and critical thinking skills. This program also provides a unique opportunity for research development and mentorship. Faculty interests cover a broad range of areas including Developmental Psychology, Behavior Analysis, Clinical Research, Social Psychology, Cognitive Science, and Human Factors.


This program provides a strong foundation for those interested in:


1)    Pursing further graduate work such as Ph.D. in psychology; or


2)    Employment in areas of applied psychology in government, community agencies, and industry


For additional queries, please contact Program Director, Dr. Tracy Packiam



Congratulations to Bobby Moulder, Andrew Provenzano, and Christopher Walker for their acceptance into a PhD program

John Copeland shared his research on the radio

Shelley Floyd was selected to represent UNF at a statewide Graduate Symposium

Shelby Speegle presented her research at APS

Jenny Barton presented her research at SPSD

John Horton and Carissa Kazee presented their research at  SEPA

Jenny Barton presented her research at SSSP


Daniel Snook presented his research at Society for Terrorism Research