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Clinical (available to PhD students only) Concentration

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Degree Requirements

Total credits: 30-32

Students should be aware of the specific policies associated with this program, located on the Admissions & Policies tab.

Choose one concentration and complete the requirements therein.

For policies governing all graduate degrees, see AP.6 Graduate Policies.

Concentration in Clinical Psychology (CLN)

The clinical psychology concentration trains students to have flexibility to fill the evolving functions of clinical psychologists, including research, direct provision of clinical services, supervision, program development and evaluation, and consultation.

The clinical psychology MA concentration is not a terminal degree. Students who have been admitted to the doctoral program with a concentration in clinical psychology may apply to receive the MA in psychology on completion of 30 credits of course work. Students must also be in good standing in the program, as determined by the director of clinical training.

Foundation Courses

PSYC 810 Psychological Assessment I 4
PSYC 811 Psychological Assessment II 4
PSYC 822 Scientific Foundations of Clinical Psychology I 3
PSYC 860 Introductory Helping Skills and Motivational Interviewing 3
Total Credits 14

Practicum Courses 

PSYC 861 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Youth 3
PSYC 862 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adults 3
Total Credits 6

Advanced Statistics and Research Methods 

Note: For doctoral quantitative emphases B and C, both PSYC 754 Quantitative Methods III: Psychological Applications of Regression Techniques and PSYC 756 Quantitative Methods IV: Multivariate Techniques in Psychology must be taken, but only one of these courses is required for the MA.

Select three or more courses from the following: 10-11
Methods for Social Research  
Advanced Statistics  
Advanced Statistics  
Quantitative Methods III: Psychological Applications of Regression Techniques
Quantitative Methods IV: Multivariate Techniques in Psychology
Total Credits 10-11
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