The Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology Program educates and trains students in the major aspects of clinical practice. To ensure that students are prepared adequately, the curriculum integrates theory, training, research, and practice, preparing students to work with a wide range of populations in need of psychological services and in a broad range of roles. Students who complete the clinical psychology program earn a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree. The PsyD degree combines relevant research, applied theory, and field experience to prepare the graduate to apply psychological knowledge in a variety of settings and roles. The program accepts students who have a minimum of a bachelor?s degree. Although prior degrees need not be in psychology, some psychology courses are required (as prerequisites for admission), and some experience in psychological services is desirable.
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