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Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology

A two-year full- or part-time program, the Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology is designed to prepare students to provide clinical services, assessment and treatment in a clinical or counseling setting such as a community mental health or in-patient facility. Students may also prepare for further training at the doctoral level. Students will be trained in psychological testing, treatment, treatment planning, research methodology and psychopathology.

Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology

A two-year, full-time program, the Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology is designed to prepare students to provide assessment and treatment services in a forensic setting or for further training at the doctoral level. Students will be trained in psychological testing, treatment, research methodology and psychopathology.

Internships and practica are available at a variety of forensic sites. Experiences include the areas of group psychotherapy, sex offender treatment, individual psychotherapy, psychological testing and specialized assessment techniques. Research-based internships are also available.