Program Components

Students will receive broad, general training in clinical psychology. Graduates will:

  • Have a broad knowledge of scientific psychology.
  • Have the skills to perform meaningful psychological research.
  • Demonstrate expertise in evaluation, assessment, and report writing.
  • Provide psychotherapy to an array of diverse clients.
  • Instruct, supervise, and consult with students and fellow professionals.
  • Promote respect for ethnic diversity.
  • Understand and adhere to ethical standards of practice.
  • Acquire licenses as psychologists through various state licensing boards.
  • Be legally informed clinicians, such that those desiring specialized expertise in forensic clinical psychology have the basic skills necessary to pursue such expertise through postdoctoral training and experience.