A two-year, full-time, 60 or 45 credit-hour program, the Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology is designed to prepare students to provide mental health services in community-based, residential, or in-patient settings. Students may also prepare for further training at the doctoral level. Students will be trained in clinical assessment, psychological testing, the diagnosis of psychopathology, treatment planning, individual and group interventions, research design and statistical analysis, and program evaluation. Three tracks provide students with opportunities to prepare for future doctoral study or to become master's level clinicians as Licensed Mental Health Counselors in clinical or forensic settings.
International Student Requirements:
International graduate applicants are required to submit an official evaluation of ALL foreign credentials, and the evaluation must include a course-by course evaluation, including all courses earned toward the undergraduate degree. Applicants may use a