Graduate Program

 

 

The Department of Psychology houses a Ph.D. program in Clinical and Counseling Psychology and a Master of Science program. The Clinical and Counseling program is a scientist-practitioner program providing training in both the asset-strength model traditionally associated with counseling psychology and the research orientation and training in providing treatment for serious psychopathology traditionally associated with clinical psychology.

The MS in Psychology: Behavioral and Brain Sciences emphasis program provides students with the advanced training in basic psychological knowledge. The experimental emphasis in the Master of Science program is designed to give students the theoretical and research background that will allow them to further pursue graduate study.