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Concentration: Clinical Psychology
- Learning objectives
Advising Faculty:- Dr. Gina Kuperberg
- Dr. Alex Queen
- Dr. Lisa Shin
This major is intended for students interested in entering graduate or professional school in mental health or human services and/or wanting to work with psychiatric patients after graduation.
Students scoring 4 or 5 on the Psychology AP exam, 6 or 7 on the International Baccalaureate (Higher Level) exam, or A or B on the GCE A-level exam earn credit for PSY 1. In other words, the student earns 3 semester-hour credits and does not need to take PSY 1 for the major. Students may substitute Child Study and Human Development 1 for PSY 1 for prerequisite purposes, but they must take an additional psychology course in order to reach the 11 courses required for the major.
Students planning to continue on in clinical work will benefit from a course in physiological psychology or cognitive neuropsychology. Students majoring in Clinical Psychology may choose between a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree (for students who enrolled before Spring 2017, only those who take PSY 32 in addition to all of their other requirements have the option to choose between a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree; all others receive a Bachelor of Arts).
If you are considering a Clinical Psychology major, please visit FAQs for commonly asked questions.
The requirements are as follows:
(note: students who enrolled before Spring 2017 may count PSY 38 instead of PSY 32)
A student majoring in clinical psychology must take two electives, one of which must be a 100-level (and no more than one of which may be independent study). For information see courses listed under Psychology.
Two related field courses must be taken in order to complete the major requirements. For more information see courses listed under Related Fields.
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