Ph.D.-Counseling Psychology and School Psychology (Combined program)
The Combined Doctoral Program in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology is designed to enable students to acquire knowledge and skills necessary for the practice of counseling psychology and school psychology in a variety of applied settings, as well as enabling students to contribute to the advancement of the profession through research and scholarly contributions. Students are expected to acquire basic and advanced competency in counseling psychology and school psychology, leading to appropriate national certification and state licensure. Within this combined program, all students share a common core of experience in research and practice, while expressing a professional focus by selecting a concentration in counseling psychology or school psychology. Students have the option of dual concentration at the advanced competency level in both counseling psychology and school psychology by completing additional courses, practica, and internship hours.
The program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) as a Combined Program in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology. Contact info at: 750 First Street, NE; Washington, DC; 20002-4242; Phone: 202-336-5979 http://www.apa.org