MS - Clinical Psychology
Explore the foundational theories and practices of clinical psychology in assessing and treating dysfunctional behavior, including clinical interviewing and interventions, testing and assessment, research methods, psychopathology, and diagnosis. This clinical psychology master's specialization includes a rigorous combination of online course work, residency, and field training experiences. People who choose this specialization are often planning to pursue a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology, but may also pursue counseling, research or administrative positions in social service, health care, business, or educational settings. This specialization may be a good first step for those who wish to pursue a PsyD or PhD, which is generally required for licensure as a clinical psychologist.
|Accreditation||Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools |
|Requirements||Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited or internationally recognized institution, undergraduate GPA of at least 2.7 (on a 4.0 scale), appropriate educational and professional experience. |
|On Campus Requirement||As part of this program you will attend residential colloquia in addition to your online courses. At specific milestones in your program, you will attend three colloquia, each six days in length. See residential colloquia details. |
|Delivery Format||Online |
|Education Level||Master |
|Cost Per Credit||Tuition varies by school and degree program. To receive detailed information on Capella's tuition rates, request a free University Guide. |