School of Psychology & Counseling

Courses -
Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.)

This page shows what courses a student must take to earn their Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.
To see a breakdown of when each course will be taken, please view the Approved Degree Plan here.

Psy.D. Required Courses
Course Number Course Description Credit Hours
Professional Psychology
PSY 600
Clinical Psychology
3
History and Systems of Psychology
PSY 723
History and Systems of Psychology
3
Individual Differences
PSY 626
Personality Theory
3
PSY 638
Psychopathology
3
Cognitive/Affective Bases of Behavior
PSY 716
Affect, Cognition & Motivation
3
Biological Bases of Behavior
PSY 715
Biological Bases of Behavior
3
Human Development
PSY 640
Life Span Psychology
3
Social Bases of Behavior
PSY 717
Social Psychology
3
Research, Statistics, & Design
PSY 714
Statistics
3
PSY 617
Research Design
3
Methods of Assessment
PSY 725
Intelligence Testing & Psychometrics (Lab)
4
PSY 726
Personality Assessment & Psychometrics
3
PSY 728
Advanced Assessment
2
PSY 732
Clinical Assessment and Treatment Planning
2
Clinical Practice
PSY 614
Clinical Child and Pediatric Psychology
3
PSY 621
Clinical Interviewing
3
PSY 627
Psychotherapies I
3
PSY 628
Psychotherapies II
3
PSY 733-738
Clinical Practica
12
PSY 741
Advanced Practica
1
PSY 763
Supervision and Consultation
3
Ethics, Standards & Diversity
PSY 661
Ethics, Professional Issues & Legal Issues in Psychotherapy
3
PSY 670
Multicultural Psychology
3
Integration Sequence
PSY 776
Psychology of Religion
3
PSY 777
Survey of Christianity
3
PSY 778
Applied Theology for Clinical Psychologists
3
PSY 779
Applied and Clinical Integration
3
PSY 780
Integration Capstone
1
Psy.D. Doctoral Project
PSY 700
Dissertation Methodology
1
PSY 701-703
Dissertation
9
PSY 718
Dissertation Proposal and Professional Development
1
Internship
PSY 801-803
Clinical Internship
3
Electives 15
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