M.A. in Psychology - Clinical Track

The Master's degree program in Psychology - Clinical Track is designed to prepare the student for a professional career in clinical psychology in applied settings as well as providing a basis for continued advanced studies. The program offers a thorough grounding in the theoretical underpinnings of psychopathology, psychotherapy and intensive individual assessment. The student also has various practical opportunities for the application of the theoretical material.

 

This is a two-year program with the first year devoted to completing all of the course requirements, and the second year to preparation of a thesis based on original research and an internship experience (32 credit hours).

Please make sure to check the MA program requirements set by the Institute for Graduate Studies in Social Sciences by clicking here.

 

Program Information and Course Descriptions can be found here.

M.A. PROGRAM IN PSYCHOLOGY - CLINICAL TRACK

First Semester

Cr.

PSY 501

Advanced Research Methods I

4

PSY 511*

Modern Points of View in Psychology I

4

PSY 561

Psychopathology

4

PSY 567

Adanced Clinical Psychology

4

PSY 565

Clinical Assessment

4

PSY 579

Graduate Seminar**

-

 

 

16

 

Second Semester

Cr.

PSY 502

Advanced Research Methods II

4

PSY 562

Diagnostic Evaluation

4

PSY 564

Appr. to Indivudual Psy.

4

PSY --

Elective

4

PSY 579

Graduate Seminar**

-

 

   

 

 

16

 

Third Semester

 

PSY 661

Supervision

0

PSY 690***

Thesis

0

 

 

Fourth Semester

 

PSY 662

Supervision

0

PSY 690***

Thesis

0

 

Total: 32 Credits.

*Required for those who have not taken a course of similar content in their undergraduate studies.

**PSY 579 may be opened either in the first or the second semester. 

***You have to choose the section of your thesis advisor.