Department of Psychology Graduate Programs
Doctor of Psychology in Applied Psychology
The mission of the program is to train competent doctoral-level practitioner/scholars who have core foundations in interpersonal and scientific skills and mastery of clinical practice and evidence-based interventions, and who can apply their knowledge and skills within a range of settings, including rural and underserved populations.
Specialist in Education
The Ed.S. in School Psychology prepares students to deliver psychological services in diverse educational settings. These services include individual child evaluations, program evaluation, problem – solving consultation, and academic, behavioral and counseling interventions.)
Master of Arts
The Master of Arts, Clinical Psychology Concentration, prepares students to pursue careers in a variety of clinical settings such as community mental health centers, suicide hotline services, addictions units, forensic settings and more using their skills in therapy and assessment. Graduates from each class have also been accepted in doctoral programs.
Applying to a program
Please visit each program’s website to find admissions information with application deadlines and minimum requirements for your materials to be considered.
Applicants will also submit an affidavit affirming that they have never been convicted or charged with a felony crime. A criminal background check will be required of successful applicants who have an assistantship. It will be completed during the first semester of graduate study at the applicant's expense.
Please note that there are additional requirements for international students.