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PsyD Program Curriculum

PsyD Student Admissions, Outcomes & Other Data


PsyD Program Curriculum

The PsyD curriculum encompasses coursework, clinical training and dissertation research.  PsyD students enroll as a cohort, with a minimum three year residency requirement during the first three years of the program. Courses are scheduled sequentially according to academic year in the program.  The following is a list of program courses by number reflecting the 141 credits required to achieve the degree.

 

Required Courses: 133 credit hours


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Electives: 4 courses for 8 credit hours


 


Total program:  141 credit hours


As a post-masters program, clinical training includes an 1,800 hour practicum followed by a 2,000 hour internship.  The dissertation process begins as the student advances through research coursework, dissertation planning and doctoral committee selection. See Academic Catalog for course descriptions Course offerings and sequence are subject to change.  Updated 8/20/14