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Masters Degree Programs in Psychology

Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy - Day Format

Courses:

Core Courses
PSY 600 Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental Health Disorders (3)
PSY 603 Assessment of Individuals, Couples, and Families (3)
PSY 606 Interpersonal Skills and Group Therapy (3)
PSY 612 Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy  (3)
PSY 622 Multi-Cultural Counseling (3)
PSY 623 Professional Ethics and the Law for Mental Health Professionals (3)
PSY 624 Individual and Family Treatment of Substance Abuse (3)
PSY 626 Research and Evaluation Methods for Mental Health Professionals (3)
PSY 627 Psychopharmacology for Mental Health Professionals (3)
PSY 628 Human Sexuality and Intimacy (1)
PSY 637 Techniques of Counseling and Psychotherapy (3)
PSY 639 Couple and Family Therapy I (3)
PSY 640 Couple and Family Therapy II (3)
PSY 642 Mental Health Systems, Practice, and Advocacy (3)
PSY 658 Individual, Couple and Family Development: A Life Cycle Approach (3)
PSY 661 Preparation for Practicum (2)
PSY 662 Clinical Practicum (2,2,2,2)
PSY 668 Clinical Interventions With Children and Adolescents (3)
PSY 669 Trauma in Diverse Populations (3)
PSY 671 Career Development: Theories and Techniques (NEW COURSE) (3)

The Writing Support Center offers guidance on the dissertation process, comprehensive reviews of papers and dissertations, advice on APA formatting, and workshops on writing mechanics.