Doctor of Philosophy in the Field of Psychology with a Concentration in Clinical Psychology
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
The following requirements must be fulfilled:
The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate Programs.
The requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy program.
72 credits, including 54 credits in required courses, 6 credits in elective courses, 12 credits in dissertation, and successful demonstration of competency in six areas: conducting and presenting research, teaching, assessment, therapy, ethics and professional issues, and ethnic minority and diversity issues.
|DNSC 6274||Statistical Modeling and Analysis|
|DNSC 6275||Advanced Statistical Modeling and Analysis|
|DNSC 6276||Exploratory and Multivariate Data Analysis|
|PSYC 8202||Psychological Research Methods and Procedures|
|PSYC 8203||Experimental Foundations of Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition|
|PSYC 8204||Experimental Foundations of Psychology: Biological Basis of Behavior|
|PSYC 8210||Developmental Theories and Issues|
|PSYC 8253||Social Cognition|
|PSYC 8207||Psychological Assessment I|
|PSYC 8208||Psychological Assessment II|
|PSYC 8211||Community Psychology I|
|PSYC 8212||Community Psychology II|
|PSYC 8218||Evidence-Based Interventions|
|PSYC 8220||Ethics and Professional Issues|
|PSYC 8236||Ethnic and Racial Diversity in Psychology|
|PSYC 8237||The Practice of General Psychology I|
|PSYC 8238||The Practice of General Psychology II|
|PSYC 8239||Lifespan Developmental Psychopathology I|
|PSYC 8240||Lifespan Developmental Psychopathology II|
|6 credits in elective courses outside of the clinical program.|
|PSYC 8998||Advanced Reading and Research|
|PSYC 8999||Dissertation Research|
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