Academic Catalog

2019-2020 Edition

Concentration in Clinical Psychology

The Clinical Psychology concentration targets those desiring to be mental health professionals. Equipping students for graduate education, this concentration also provides the necessary foundation for future licensure as a counselor through a master’s degree in counseling or psychology. An alternative option engages work in the social service or mental health industries where the role requires counseling or assessment skills, such as residential counselors, intake specialists, etc.

Prerequisite

Requirement Title Credits
APSY 105Introduction to Psychology3

Requirements

Requirement Title Credits
APSY 400Introduction to Clinical Psychology3
APSY 425Crisis Counseling and Intervention3
APSY 450Family Systems3
APSY 455Conflict Management3
APSY 480Group Processes3
Total Credits15

The Clinical Psychology concentration cannot be paired with the Applied Pastoral Counseling, Business Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychology, Criminal Behavior, Cultural Psychology, General Psychology, or Human Services concentrations.