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MA Program Curriculum

MA Program Curriculum

The MA curriculum encompasses coursework, and clinical training. MA students enroll as a cohort. Courses are scheduled sequentially, and the following is a list of program courses by number reflecting the 47 credits required to achieve the degree.


PSYC 500            Core Concepts in Humanistic and Clinical Psychology – 3 cr.

PSYC 501            Clinical Skills Seminar – 3 cr.

PSYC 515            Key Processes in Therapeutic Relationships – 3 cr.

PSYC 520            Psychotherapy with Children – 3 cr.

PSYC 522            Foundations of Psychopathology – 3 cr.

PSYC 523            Objective & Projective Personality Assessment – 3 cr.

PSYC 524            Intelligence & Achievement Testing – 3 cr.

PSYC 525            Existential and Phenomenological Psychology – 3 cr.

PSYC 530            Foundations of Couple and Family Therapy – 3 cr.

PSYC 550            Professional and Scientific Ethics – 3 cr.

PSYC 560            Research Foundations – 1.5 cr.

PSYC 565            Psychology of Addictions – 1.5 cr.

PSYC 571            Group Process: Theory and Practice – 3 cr.

PSYC 580 A-C     Practicum – 11 cr.


Total Program: 47 credit hours


See Academic Catalog for course descriptions

Course offerings and sequence are subject to change. Updated 8/18/14