Advance your understanding of how people interact with and use cyber technologies.
The Cyberpsychology certificate provides the understanding of how people use and interact with cyber technology through a behavioral science perspective.
- Program type:
- Certificates/Programs - Undergraduate
- Est. time to complete:
- 1 year
- Credit hours:
Why Study Cyberpsychology at UND?
It's estimated that by 2019 there will be 2.77 billion social network users around the globe. Understanding how people think and behave in these times has to include our online profiles, images, and relationships.
While earning your certificate, you'll study human interactions within:
- Social media
- Mobile technologies
- Video games
- Virtual reality
- Artificial intelligence
You'll explore questions such as how cyber and digital products (e.g., internet, mobile devices, social media) are shaping our culture and society.
Whether called behavioral design, product psychology or behavioral science, there's never been this level of interest, excitement or opportunities to understand human behavior and use this knowledge to change how people live. From the highest levels of government to the C-suite, behavioral science is being applied in the real world and tackling big problems.
Integrate cyberpsychology courses with interests in fields such as aerospace, engineering, marketing and user experience and graphic design.
Participate in hands-on research projects for academic credit.
Take part in activities led by the Student Psychological Association and the Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society.
Study with faculty who are experts in areas such as data analytics, behavioral design, and other ways psychology interacts with digital technologies and big data.
Cyberpsychology Certificate Course Options