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2012-2013 Graduate Catalog THIS IS NOT THE CURRENT CATALOG. LINKS AND CONTENT ARE OUT OF DATE!

Master of Science in Psychology (General Clinical) (PSYC)


For general program advising:
Carol Freedman-Doan, Ph.D 
341 Mark Jefferson Science Complex 
734.487.1155 
cfreedman@emich.edu 
For admissions advising:
Karen Saules, Ph.D. 
611 W. Cross Street 
734.487.4789 
ksaules@emich.edu

 

Objectives
The General Clinical Masters’ program provides a theoretical perspective in clinical psychology that emphasizes intra- and interpersonal processes of human functioning within a developmental context.  Coursework and clinical training on psychological disorders, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment occurs from this perspective, through opportunities for training from other perspectives are available for interested students. The purpose of the General Clinical Masters’ Program is twofold: For all students. the program is designed to prepare individuals to apply for “limited license” and to practice as a Michigan Limited License Psychologist.

 

Admission Requirements
Priority consideration will be given to applicants who meet all of the requirements for graduate degree admission status listed below:

  1. Meet the Graduate School admission requirements;

  2. Complete the Graduate School application (on line or paper copy available);

  3. Complete a Department application (available on the department website);

  4. Have an undergraduate GPA of approximately 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale;

  5. Have at least 20 hours in psychology, including statistics and experimental psychology;

  6. Submit a transcript of GRE scores in which the sum of the scores for the verbal and quantitative sections is approximately 1000 or higher; and

  7. Present two letters of recommendation from faculty, employers or others who can testify to the applicant’s suitability for the program of study.

Incomplete applications may not be considered. Credits earned under non-degree student status do not automatically apply to the requirements of the degree program.

Applications should be submitted to the Office of Admissions as stipulated in this catalog. A copy of the application should also be mailed directly to the Department of Psychology.

There are no admissions to degree programs in the spring and summer sessions. After the admission quota for the program has been met, students will be placed on a waiting list, which does not guarantee admission unless spaces become available.

Course Requirements: 45 hours


The M.S. in Psychology (General Clinical) requires the completion of 45 hours of course work to be distributed among required core courses, assessment courses, professional practice/treatment courses, practicum courses, elective courses and cognate courses as follows:

Elective Courses: 17-18 hours


17-18 hours selected from psychology courses within the department in consultation with the graduate adviser.

Practicum:


Students are required to complete a 600 hour practicum experience.

Program Total: 45 hours


Note:


* Students admitted to the general clinical program must achieve a minimum grade of B in each of the following courses: PSY 731 , PSY 743 , PSY 751  and PSY 762 . A student who receives a grade lower than B in any of these courses may elect to repeat the class in order to meet graduation requirements.