Congratulations 2023 CABH Fall Graduates!

CABH Fall 23 Graduates

From left to right: Eliana Bello; Jocilynne Jepsen; Sydney Shupe; Bethany Augenstein; and  Maribel Ramirez Pereyra (Not shown: graduates Shauna Bragg and Aleighna Zamora). 

The Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health (CABH) Master of Science Program at the University of South Florida had its largest graduating class to date with seven students graduating and six walking in the Fall 2023 Commencement Ceremony.

"This is an accomplished group of scholars, each of whom has secured employment in fields that are directly related to their degree," said CABH Assistant Professor of Instruction Jessica Rice, PhD.

The fully online, non-clinical program prepares professionals to serve in public and nonprofit agencies and schools that work to positively impact the lives of children, adolescents, and emerging adults. Students who graduate with the CABH MS degree go on to work as directors, supervisors, and case managers in mental health, substance abuse, juvenile justice, developmental disabilities, and child welfare agencies, as well as consultants in schools and early education and care programs. Educational opportunities include advancement to doctoral programs in public health and the behavioral and social sciences.