About this course
The Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Program is a 60-credit degree system, giving chances to the top to bottom study and investigation of both the exploration custom of scholastic brain science, and the hypothetical and contextual analysis convention of expert brain research. We endeavor to give a culture that regards individual instructive objectives and cultivates scholarly, individual and expert development. Our staff gives graduate instruction and preparing in an individual and non-bureaucratic learning environment. Every clinical cours are taught by exceedingly experienced clinical experts, while our full-time school workforce shows center courses in test brain research, social brain science and exploration.
- Submit a completed application.
- Have a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited American college or university, or its foreign university equivalent, with a concentration in psychology or related discipline. Please note that the program director may require that a third party evaluate foreign academic credentials.
- Have achieved a 3.0 GPA on undergraduate course work and a minimum of 3.25 GPA in psychology and on any Post-Graduate courses taken.
- Submit your official transcript(s) of all undergraduate and graduate work, mailed in the original sealed envelope from the issuing institution.
- Have completed a minimum of 250 hours of supervised work experience in mental health or closely related human services position - paid or volunteer.
- Submit 2 references with accompanying letters that address your academic and professional potential. One reference must address your academic potential by a professor in your most recent academic experience. The other reference must address your work experiences in the human services, demonstrating that you are effective in working with others in a helping capacity. This letter must also include verification of 250 hours of work supplied by a clinical supervisor with at least a Master's Degree. Please use the Reference Forms provided in the application and read the instructions on the form for proper handling.
- Submit your resumé.
- Have taken the following psychology courses, if you were not a psychology concentration:
- General Psychology
- Developmental Psychology (or Child Psychology)
- Abnormal Psychology
- Statistics and Research Methods (year-long, 6-credit course) (One semester of Statistics and one semester of Research Methods or a combination of both in one course - one year long).
- Physiological Psychology and Social Psychology are not required but are highly recommended.
- Submit a 4-5 page, double spaced, autobiographical essay describing how you became interested in a career in professional psychology, including those pivotal experiences as a student, intern, patient, or observer of the mental health system. This essay serves not only as a writing sample, but also to convey who you are as a person and how you perceive our program as compatible with your personal and professional goals.
- Participate in an interview, once all application materials have been submitted and your file is complete.
- Submit the application fee of $50 payable to Saint Michael's College.
- It is preferable for students to being the Program in the fall semester.