M.A. - General Psychology, -Marriage and Family Therapy,
The core curriculum of the General Psychology M.A. program is designed to provide the entry level graduate student with a solid grounding in the basic science foundations of psychology. Upon successfully completing the core curriculum, the M.A. candidate in General Psychology fulfills the remaining degree requirements by taking courses across a spectrum of substantive areas in psychology, including clinical psychology. The clinical psychology emphasis is designed to prepare students for the Institute's Ph.D. program in clinical psychology.The aim of the Ph.D. program in clinical psychology is to provide advanced coursework which addresses core issues in clinical psychology as a treatment area and as a research area, and in addition to provide elective coursework opportunities in the field of psychology broadly speaking, including areas in which psychology overlaps with other disciplines.
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