Graduate School of Professional Psychology to host information sessions
The Graduate School of Professional Psychology invites everyone who is interested in learning more about advanced degrees in counseling psychology to attend an information session.
Come to a presentation on one of these dates:
- Saturday, Nov. 12
- Saturday, Dec. 10
An overview of the master of arts (M.A.) program will begin at 9 a.m. and a presentation on the doctor of psychology (Psy.D.) program will begin at 10:30 a.m. These information sessions will be held in the Fireplace Room, Room 450, Terrence Murphy Hall.
The Graduate School of Professional Psychology is committed to an educational process that addresses the diverse needs of students through a variety of learning strategies designed to create a supportive and challenging environment within the university.
The school’s graduate programs focus on training students in counseling psychology by teaching clinical skills within the framework of ethical practice. The M.A., developed in the mid-1970s, and the Psy.D., initiated in 1990, provide practitioner-oriented education for professionals serving the public and private mental health fields.