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2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Clinical Psychology M.A.


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The Clinical Psychology program prepares students to work in the mental health field and includes theoretical training and practical experience in psychological assessment and intervention. Graduates of the plan meet the requirements for licensure as Professional Counselors and/or Psychological Associates (LPC or LPA).

Prerequisites (15 hours)


In addition to the courses listed below an additional nine hours of undergraduate psychology is required. Coursework in Personality Psychology and Developmental Psychology are recommended.

Degree Requirements


A number of courses below are prerequisite requirements and are restricted to students admitted into a Professional Psychology plan.

See the Course Roster for information about prerequisite requirements; see also the list of restricted courses in the overview of HSH Professional Psychology programs above.

Sociocultural Elective (3 hours)


Choose ONE of the following courses.


For PSYC 5437 , the following may be substituted: SOCI 5437

Assessment Requirements (6 hours)


Choose TWO of the following courses.

Therapy Electives (6 hours)


Additional Information


Other courses may be substituted with the consent of the student’s adviser.

Free Elective (3 hours)


PSYC 5335  is needed for LPC requirements. PSYC 6939  or a third class listed under Therapy Electives can be taken in place of this free elective.

Supervised Clinical Experience (12 hours)


For each option, complete a total of 6 hours.

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