Course Sequence

36-credit Option

Year 1 - Fall

  • PSY 507 - Statistics and Research Design
  • PSY 625 - Advanced Personality
  • PSY 699 - Master's Thesis

Year 1 - Spring

  • PSY 602 - Clinical Psychopathology
  • PSY 564 - Advanced Developmental Psychology
  • PSY 615 – Legal, Ethical, and Professional Issues for Clinicians

Year 2 - Fall

  • PSY 596 - Techniques of Therapy
  • PSY 635 - Group Therapy
  • PSY 610 – Clinical Assessment

Year 2 - Spring

  • PSY 621 – Cognitive-Behavioral Family Therapies
  • PSY 628 - Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning
  • PSY 665 - Clinical Psychology Practicum

60-credit Option

Year 1 - Fall

  • PSY 507 - Statistics and Research Design
  • PSY 625 - Advanced Personality
  • PSY 699 - Master's Thesis

Year 1 - Spring

  • PSY 602 - Clinical Psychopathology
  • PSY 564 - Advanced Developmental Psychology
  • PSY 615 – Legal, Ethical, and Professional Issues for Clinicians

Year 1 - Summer

  • PSY 528 - Human Sexuality
  • PSY 646 - Social and Multicultural Foundations of Practice

Year 2 - Fall

  • PSY 596 - Techniques of Therapy
  • PSY 635 - Group Therapy
  • PSY 610 – Clinical Assessment

Year 2 - Spring

  • PSY 621 – Cognitive-Behavioral Family Therapies
  • PSY 628 - Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning
  • PSY 665 - Clinical Psychology Practicum

Year 2 - Summer

  • PSY 675 Clinical Psychology Internship
  • PSY 643 - Vocational Psychology
  • PSY 645 - Community Psychology

Year 3 - Fall

  • PSY 675 - Clinical Psychology Internship
  • PSY 594 - Physiology and Treatment of Substance Abuse
  • PSY 627 – Law & Forensic Psychology: Research and Practice *

Year 3 - Spring

  • PSY 675 - Clinical Psychology Internship
  • PSY 634 – Principles and Application of Forensic Psychology *
  • PSY 637 – Advance Forensic Psychology: Assessment and Treatment **

*required for Forensic Specialization

**required for all students