School of Psychology

Course Sequence and Degree Requirements

Course Sequence

First Year

  • Assessment I: Psychometrics & Intelligence Testing
  • Assessment II: Personality
  • Clinical Psychopathology
  • Cognitive Aspects of Behavior
  • Diversity
  • Advanced Statistics I and II
  • Computer Statistical Language I and II
  • Introduction to Clinical Interactions
  • Social Aspects of Behavior


  • History and Philosophical Issues
  • Professional Problems and Ethics in Psychology

Second Year

  • Assessment III: Cognitive Functioning
  • Advanced Research Design Analysis I and II
  • Biological and Affective Aspects of Behavior
  • Intervention Techniques: Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • Integrative Life Span Psychology I and II
  • Professional Development and Practicum I and II

Awarded MA/Psy.D. Candidacy


  • Area of Interest Elective
  • Elective

Third Year

  • Intervention Techniques: Dialectical Behavior Therapy and/or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Intervention Techniques: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
  • Major Research I and II
  • Clinical Practicum III and IV
  • 2 Area of Interest Electives 

Fourth Year

  • Consulting
  • Interprofessional Education
  • Major Research III
  • Clinical Practicum V and VI
  • Area of Interest Elective
  • 2 Electives

Fifth Year

  • Internship

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Areas of Interest

Practicum, Clinical Competency Exam, and Internship


Certificate Options