Beginning Fall 2011
The program offers Clinical Training over the course of the program. When students enter the program they will apply for practicum and be placed at a University Sponsored site for supervised clinical training. Students will be selected by the Program Director to begin the Clinical practicum during the first semester of the program, and move onto the Clinical Internship during the second year of the program.
The Professional Counseling Psychology program offers the academic courses in several formats over the course of the 2-year program, hybrid and hybrid intensive.
These web-assisted courses meet once every other week with regular online interface with fellow students and professor.
Students enrolled in Practicum & Internship will attend group clinical supervision in the Regular Hybrid format.
Hybrid Intensive Courses
These courses have regular online interface with three 4-hour intensive seminars scheduled during the course of the semester. Intensive seminars are scheduled in advance for your convenience and will be announced at the start of every semester.
The program is not open to international students in need of a student (F-1) or Exchange Visitor (J-1) visa. If you require a student or exchange visitor visa, please do not apply.