In concert with its mission to improve the delivery of services in Florida and elsewhere, FMHI offers unique educational programs at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Courses, degrees, and certificates managed by FMHI faculty can be found by accessing the Department of Child and Family Studies and the Department of Mental Health Law & Policy websites for education offerings. Briefly summarized below, they address important community, policy, state, and research needs. The aims are to educate our future workforce and to offer professional development for individuals working in the field of behavioral health.
Undergraduate Programs and concentrations:
- Summer Research Institute (SRI@FMHI)
- Undergraduate minor in Applied Behavior Analysis
- Undergraduate minor in Behavioral Healthcare
- BS in Behavioral Healthcare
- BS in Applied Science: Behavioral Healthcare Concentration
- BS in General Studies: Behavioral Healthcare Concentration
- Cognate for the Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Bachelor's Degree
FMHI invites undergraduate students to apply for the highly selective, NIMH-funded, Summer Research Institute (SRI@FMHI). SRI@FMHI is a ten-week summer program designed for students interested in building their research skills within the context of mental health to help them prepare for a Senior Thesis and/or graduate school. The next Summer SRI@FMHI takes place from May 30th, 2013 through August 7th, 2013. For more information please contact Dr. Catherine Batsche, Associate Dean, College of Behavioral and Community Sciences.
Graduate Programs and Certificates:
- Master's in Applied Behavior Analysis
- Behavioral Research Immersion to Develop Graduate Excellence (BRIDGE) Certificate
- Graduate Certificate in Children's Mental Health
- Graduate Certificate in Positive Behavior Support
- Graduate Certificate in Translational Research in Adolescent Behavioral Health
- Graduate Studies in Behavioral Health
In addition, a new doctoral degree in Applied Behavior Analysis has been established and will start in the Fall of 2013 (contact Dr. Ray Miltenberger for more information).