Clinical Psychology (Ph.D.)

Program Requirements

Required Courses - General Psychology
PSYC 504Cognitive Psychology3
PSYC 506Multicultural Psychology3
PSYC 552Social Psychology3
PSYC 561Developmental Psychology3
PSYC 573Behavioral Neuroscience3
PSYC 745History and Systems of Psychology3
Required Courses - Clinical Psychology
PSYC 565Developmental Psychopathology3
PSYC 574Cognitive Assessment3
PSYC 575Clinical Assessment3
PSYC 670Evidence-Based Psychological Interventions I3
PSYC 678Ethics and Professional Issues in Psychology3
PSYC 702Evidence-Based Psychological Interventions II3
PSYC 894Seminar in Professional Practice3
Required Courses - Research/Statistics
PSYC 510Research Methods in Psychology3
PSYC 550Quantitative and Statistical Methods3
PSYC 578Psychometrics3
PSYC 739Multivariate Statistics3
PSYC 740Theory Building and Model Testing3
Electives
Select Option A, B or C below.12
Clinical and Research Activities
PSYC 780Pre-Doctoral Practicum (Complete 6 times)6
PSYC 895Pre-Doctoral Internship I1
PSYC 896Pre-Doctoral Internship II1
PSYC 900Dissertation Advisement (Complete 4 times)12
Qualifying Portfolio/Exam/Assessment
Successfully complete the qualifying portfolio, examination or assessment requirement.
Admission to Candidacy
Following completion of pre-dissertation research courses and qualifying exam, you may be admitted to candidacy.
Dissertation Requirement
Complete a dissertation in accordance with Graduate School and doctoral program requirements.
Total Credits86

Elective Options

Option A - Open Electives
Complete 12 credits from the following:
PSYC 594School-Based Interventions3
PSYC 601Behavioral Assessment and Intervention3
PSYC 659Special Topics in Psychology3
PSYC 661Introduction to School Psychology3
PSYC 664Criminal Forensic Assessment3
PSYC 665Child and Family Forensic Assessment3
PSYC 668Consultation Methods in Psychoeducational Settings3
PSYC 671Interventions in Forensic Psychology3
PSYC 679Family Systems and Therapy3
PSYC 709Seminar in Clinical Child Psychology3
PSYC 725Psychological Science and the Law3
Option B - Emphasis in Clinical Child Psychology
PSYC 679Family Systems and Therapy3
PSYC 709Seminar in Clinical Child Psychology3
Complete two courses from the following:
School-Based Interventions
Behavioral Assessment and Intervention
Special Topics in Psychology
Introduction to School Psychology
Child and Family Forensic Assessment
Consultation Methods in Psychoeducational Settings
Option C - Emphasis in Forensic Psychology
PSYC 664Criminal Forensic Assessment3
PSYC 665Child and Family Forensic Assessment3
PSYC 671Interventions in Forensic Psychology3
PSYC 725Psychological Science and the Law3