The first cyberpsychology master's degree program in the U.S. is at Norfolk State University, and it's online. https://www.wavy.com/news/local-news/norfolk/norfolk-state-university-to-offer-first-m-s-cyberpsychology-degree-program-in-the-us/ If you're interested in a doctoral program, I believe Capitol Technology University is the only American university offering a doctorate in cyberpsychology (dissertation-only). They also offer a Master of Research in Cyberpsychology (thesis-only). The New Jersey Institute of Technology offers a BS in cyberpsychology (campus), Regent offers an MS in psychology with a concentration in cyberpsychology (online), and University of North Dakota offers an undergraduate certificate in cyberpsychology (campus). Cyberpsychology programs have existed in Europe and Australia for years. Dr. Mary Aiken, who studied in Europe but now teaches at Capitol Technology University, is usually the go-to person for news articles.