Clinical and Counseling Psychology
The MPCAC-accredited Clinical and Counseling Psychology Master’s Degree Program prepares students to become competent and ethical mental health professionals. The program is designed to expose students to the theory and science of Clinical and Counseling Psychology, provide training in the skills needed for professional practice, encourage appreciation of diversity and social justice, and prepare students for ongoing graduate study.
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The department also offers Post-Master’s Certificates of Advanced Graduate Study in Professional Counseling for Licensure Preparation, and Post-Master’s Certificates of Advanced Graduate Academic Study in each of the six concentration areas. Applicants for these certificate programs must have already earned a master’s degree in psychology or a related discipline.
The Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology prepares graduates to become professional psychologists with skills in psychotherapy, psychological assessment, supervision, and consultation. The Psy.D. program follows a practitioner-scholar model of training.