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Clinical Psychology

Master of Science Program

 

The Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology is designed for students who plan to continue doctoral training in Clinical Psychology or seek clinical employment at the M.S. level.  The emphasis is on clinical assessment, theory, application, and research.  The M.S. degree in Clinical Psychology requires 42 hours of course work, comprehensive examinations, an empirical thesis or paper-in-lieu, and a 300 hour practicum.  The therapy course has accompanying practicum which provide applications and "hands on" experiences associated with the specific course content. 

MS in Clinical Psychology Student Handbook:

Graduate Handbook

Other program information:

Graduate Curriculum

Psychology Department Academic Honor Code

5 year course rotation


The following link provides information regarding the NSU Graduate School:

NSU Graduate School



M.S. Clinical Psychology will present an Open House on March 4th @10am in Bienvenu Hall Room 322

To researve your spot please email Dr. Cynthia Lindsey at lindseyc@nsula.edu















Scholarship Alert!

The link below is a minority fellowship program for Addiction Counselors.  It is a scholarship opportunity for masters students who plan to work in the field of addiction and/or advocacy groups.  Student must be open to working with the needs of transition age youth and/or racial and ethnic minorities post-graduation.  The program is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and will provide at least 36 graduate students with tuition stipends up to $20,000 per student, training, and mentorship.


Link: http://www.naadac.org/nmfp-ac