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The program is planned for five years. There are three or four years of course work, with years two and three involving formal clinical practicum experience. Required research projects include a first-year project, a second-year project, and a doctoral dissertation. A year's internship is usually taken during the sixth year. Data for the doctoral dissertation must be collected prior to the internship. 

A typical curriculum sequence is as follows:

First Year  (There may be exceptions to this schedule in years when class size is small.)
Fall

·      PSYC821 Intelligence and Achievement Testing (3 credits)

·      PSYC800 PBS Colloquia (1 credit)

·      PSYC809  Research  Design  (3  credits)  or  PSYC839  Ethics, Diversity, Consultation, and Supervision  (2 credits) these courses rotate every other year)

·       PSYC867 Clinical Science (1 credit). This course is offered every other year

·      PSYC860 Psychological Statistics I (3 credits)

·      PSYC868 First-year Research (3 credits; under advisor's section)

Spring

·         PSYC820 Psychodiagnostic Assessment (3 credits)

·         PSYC861 Psychological Statistics II (3 credits)

·         PSYC835 Supervised Practice in Clinical Psychology II (1 credit - ask DCT which section)

·         PSYC868 Research (1 credit - under advisor's section)

·         PSYC800 PBS Colloquia (1 credit)

·         PSYC867  Clinical  Psychology:  Philosophy,  History,  and  Current  Perspectives (1 credit)

·         PSYC 867 Developmental Risk (3 credits) or PSYC829 Advanced Psychopathology (3 credits), if offered; otherwise, Discipline Specific Knowledge (DSK) Evaluated Educational Experience (EEE). See DSK section below for details.

·         PSYC867 Professional Development Seminar (3 credits)

Second Year  
Fall

·         PSYC827 Adult Psychotherapy: Empirically-Supported Treatments (3 credits)

·         PSYC809  Research  Design  (3  credits)  or  PSYC839  Ethics, Diversity, Consultation, and Supervision (2 credits). These courses rotate every other year.

·         PSYC867  Clinical  Science  (1 credit; this course is offered every other year)

·         DSK course or another approved EEE (3 credits)

·         PSYC800 PBS Colloquia (1 credit)

·         PSYC834 Supervised Practice in Clinical Psychology I (Register for 2-3 credits with each faculty member  who  is  supervising  the  student;  if  the  student  is  carrying  a  caseload  of  one  with  that faculty member, sign up for 2 credits with him/her; if the student is carrying a caseload of two or more with that faculty member, sign up for 3 credits with him/her)

·         PSYC868 Second-year Research (2 or 3 credits, under advisor's section, take 2 credits if taking PSYC867; take 3 credits if not taking PSYC867).

Spring

·         PSYC819 Child Psychotherapy: Empirically-Supported Treatments (3 credits)

·         PSYC835  Supervised  Practice  in  Clinical  Psychology  II  (Register  for  2-3  credits  with  each faculty member who is supervising the student; if the student is carrying a caseload of one with that faculty member, sign up for 2 credits with him/her; if the student is carrying a caseload of two or more with that faculty member, sign up for 3 credits with him/her)

·         PSYC868  Research  or  PSYC869  Master's  Thesis  (3  credits;  under  advisor's  section;  register for  PSYC869  if  submitting  Second-Year  Project  to  the  University  as  a  Master's  Thesis;  must have 6 credits of PSYC869 to receive a Master's Degree).

·         DSK course or other EEE (3 credits)

·         PSYC800 PBS Colloquia (1 credit)

·         PSYC 867 Developmental Risk (3 credits) or PSYC829 Advanced Psychopathology (3 credits), if offered; otherwise, DSK or EEE

Third Year  
Fall

·         DSK course or other EEE (3 credits)

·         DSK course or other EEE (3 credits)

·         PSYC800 PBS Colloquia (1 credit)

·         Practicum:

o     If  doing  off-site  practicum:   PSYC836  Supervised  Practice  in  Clinical  Psychology  III  (3 credits; under DCT's section)

o     If doing practicum at the PSTC:   PSYC834 Supervised Practice in Clinical Psychology I (Register for 2-3 credits with each faculty member who is supervising the student' if the student is carrying a caseload of one with that faculty member, sign up for 2 credits with him/her; if the  student is carrying a caseload of two or more with that faculty member, sign up for 3 credits with him/her)

·         PSYC868  Research  or  PSYC869  Master's  Thesis  (3  credits;  under  advisor's  section;  register for  PSYC869  if  submitting  Second-Year  Project  to  the  University  as  a  Master's  Thesis;  must have 6 credits of PSYC869 to receive a Master's Degree)

Spring

·         DSK course or other EEE (3 credits)

·         DSK course or other EEE (3 credits)

·         PSYC800 PBS Colloquia (1 credit)

·         Practicum:

o     If doing  off-site  practicum:   PSYC837  Supervised  Practice  in  Clinical Psychology  IV  (3 credits; under DCT's section)

o     If doing practicum at the PSTC:  PSYC835 Supervised Practice in Clinical Psychology II (Register for 2-3 credits with each faculty member who is supervising the student; if the student is carrying a caseload of one with that faculty member, sign up for 2 credits with him/her; if the student is carrying a caseload of two or more with that faculty member, sign up for 3 credits with him/her)

·         PSYC964 Pre-Candidacy Study (3 credits; under advisor's section) 

SummerPass Comprehensive Exam
Fourth Year  
Fall

·         DSK course or other EEE (3 credits)

·         PSYC800 PBS Colloquia (1 credit)

·         Practicum:

o     If  doing  off-site  practicum:   PSYC836  Supervised  Practice  in  Clinical  Psychology  III  (3 credits; under DCT's section)

o     If doing practicum at the PSTC:   PSYC834 Supervised Practice in Clinical Psychology I (Register for 2-3 credits with each faculty member who is supervising the student; if the student is carrying a caseload of one with that faculty member, sign up for 2 credits with him/her; if the student is carrying a caseload of two or more with that faculty member, sign up for 3 credits with him/her)

·         PSYC964  Pre-Candidacy  Study  or  PSYC969  Dissertation  (3-12  credits;  do  not  exceed  12 credits  total  for  the  semester;  under  advisor's  section;  take  PSYC969  if  comprehensive  exam has  been  passed  and  dissertation  proposal  has  been  defended;  otherwise,  take  PSYC964; must have 9 credits total of PSYC969 to graduate; PSYC964 credits will transfer to PSYC969 credits  after  comprehensive  exam  has  been  passed  and  dissertation  proposal  has  been defended)

Spring

·         Practicum:

o      If doing off-site  practicum:   PSYC837  Supervised  Practice  in  Clinical Psychology  IV  (3 credits; under DCT's section)

o      If doing practicum at the PSTC:  PSYC835 Supervised Practice in Clinical Psychology II (Register for 2-3 credits with each faculty member who is supervising the student; if the student is carrying a caseload of one with that faculty member, sign up for 2 credits with him/her; if the student is carrying a caseload of two or more with that faculty member, sign up for 3 credits with him/her)

·         PSYC964  Pre-Candidacy  Study  or  PSYC969  Dissertation  (3-12  credits;  do  not  exceed  12 credits  total  for  the  semester;  under  advisor's  section;  take  PSYC969  if  comprehensive  exam has  been  passed  and  dissertation  proposal  has  been  defended;  otherwise,  take  PSYC964; must have 9 credits total of PSYC969 to graduate; PSYC964 credits will transfer to PSYC969 credits  after  comprehensive  exam  has  been  passed  and  dissertation  proposal  has  been defended)

·         PSYC800 PBS Colloquia (1 credit)

Fifth Year  
Fall

·         PSYC800 PBS Colloquia (1 credit)

Most students complete a fifth year in the program as well. Students should follow the fourth-year guidelines above for registering for research and practicum credits. All other courses should be completed by the end of the fourth year.(There may be exceptions to this schedule in years when class size is small.)

Spring

       PSYC800 PBS Colloquia (1 credit)

Most students complete a fifth year in the program as well. Students should follow the fourth-year guidelines above for registering for research and practicum credits. All other courses should be completed by the end of the fourth year.(There may be exceptions to this schedule in years when class size is small.)

Internship Year  
FallUNIV 554  Graduate Internship
SpringUNIV 554  Graduate Internship

 

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