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Master of Science (MSc) Thesis-based in Clinical Psychology

General Program Information

The purpose of the graduate program in Clinical Psychology is to prepare students for careers as doctoral-level clinical psychologists in research, academic, and applied settings. In the course of doctoral training students also are required to complete the Master of Science (MSc) degree. However, consistent with its goal of doctoral training, the program only admits students who wish to pursue the doctoral degree. Students will be able to emphasize one of three areas of interest: adult clinical psychology, child clinical psychology or clinical neuropsychology.

Students registered in master’s thesis-based and doctoral programs will be considered full-time. The program does not offer a part-time option.

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