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.
Certificates/Programs - Undergraduate
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Why earn a certificate in cyberpsychology?
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:
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 thehighest levels of governmentto theC-suite, behavioral science is being applied in the real world and tackling big problems.
Cyberpsychology Certificate at UND
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.
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.
Job placement rates are consistently above that level for UND computer science program
A certificate in Cyberpsychology from UND is an excellent way for those students studying
engineering, computer science, cyber security, marketing, graphic design, artificial
intelligence, and/or web development to stand out from the pack and separate themselves
from other job applicants.
Global leaders, including Fortune 500 companies, offer UND computer science program
students internship opportunities:
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Cyberpsychology Courses You Could Take
PSYC 370. Cyber Security, Big Data, & Human Behavior. 3 Credits.
This course will discuss the connections between human behavior, cyber security and big data. Big data tools and techniques allow the integration of diverse data streams from multiple sources providing the potential for better understanding and prediction of human behavior. Improved predictive modeling emerging from big data has several implications including possibly strengthening the security of critical cyber systems. On demand.
PSYC 372. Behavioral Design & Digital Products. 3 Credits.
Understanding how people learn, think, feel, and behave can help you design technology/machines that are intuitive, appealing, and reduce human operating error! Digital technologies, including autonomous machines such as unmanned/autonomous aerial devices and driverless cars, are a fast developing area of technological design and manufacturing. Effective use of these ever-increasingly complex products demands that designers understand and design for how people interact with digital technology. On demand.
CJ 320. Cybersecurity Law and Investigations. 3 Credits.
Cybersecurity Law and Investigations will explore the regulatory, legal, and policy framework of cybersecurity. More specifically, this course will examine laws and policies to reduce cyber threats and address cyber privacy concerns. This course will provide students with a framework for understanding state and federal laws and regulations that govern this emerging field, as well as investigative techniques and strategies for investigation and enforcement on a global scale. S.
PSYC 301. Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 3 Credits.
Selection, training, motivation, leadership, job satisfaction, human engineering and working environments as applied to business and industry. Prerequisites: PSYC 111 and any basic statistics course. F.
PSYC 433. Psychology of Learning. 4 Credits.
Principles of animal and human learning, with special emphasis on the acquisition, extinction and retention of learned behavior patterns. Course includes recitation and laboratory. Prerequisites: PSYC 111 and PSYC 303. F.
CSCI 494. Special Projects in Computer Science. 1-3 Credits.
A course for advanced students. 1-3 credits varying with the choice of project. May be repeated (6 credits maximum). Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Repeatable to 6.00 credits. F,S.
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