Program

Program Overview

Through our program we seek to train scientist-practitioners with strong skills in the competencies of health service psychology. Our students can also tailor their training to become clinicians prepared for practice in various settings or academics and researchers prepare for work in college and university settings. Through coursework, practica, and other hands-on experiences and learning, students are prepared to be Counseling Psychology professions of the highest caliber.

Counseling Psychology Graduate Student Handbook

For more information on the Ph.D. program requirements see the Counseling Psychology Handbook. Students entering with previous graduate level class work may be able to waive non-practicum courses if the student has taken a similar course at another university. Policies for waiving class requirements in the department, as well as more information on department requirements, administrative policies, and procedures are documented in the Graduate Education in Psychology Handbook.

Students and faculty at year-end party

Sample Course Schedule

For more information about specific program courses see the Counseling Psychology Sample Course Schedule. Please note that although students take most of these classes in the order of this schedule, students have some flexibility in taking courses when they best fit with their educational plans. Also note that sometimes classes are not offered when this schedule has them listed due to instructor changes or other unforeseen complications at the university, department, or program level.