Clinical and Counseling Psychology (M.A.)
The program provides a clinical and research experience that emphasizes both a theoretical and applied perspective with sensitivity to ethical and cross-cultural issues. In addition to our traditional strength in clinical and counseling psychology, we also have strengths in the areas of health psychology, cross-cultural psychology and in neuropsychology.
This 48-credit program is appropriate for individuals seeking:
1) to do research and/or clinical work (under licensed supervision) in agencies, clinics, hospitals, government, for-profit or not-for-profit industry.
2) re-specialization in the area of Clinical and Counseling Psychology
3) a program of study that would support eligibility for certification as a psychometrist (a professional who administers and scores psychological and neuropsychological tests under the supervision of a licensed psychologist or neuropsychologist).This certification requires students to pass a national examination and meet the required number of supervised hours and
4) a theoretical, clinical and research foundation for pursuing a Doctoral degree in the area of Clinical and/or Counseling Psychology.