Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D.)*

Core Curriculum (45 credits)

ED 801 History and Systems (2)
ED 802 Biological Bases of Behavior (3)
ED 803 Cognitive-Affective Bases of Behavior (3)
ED 804 Social Bases of Behavior (2)
ED 806 Psychopathology and Interventions (3)
ED 810 Cognitive Assessment II (3)
ED 812 Personality Assessment II (3)
ED 815 Evidence Based Treatment: Children and Families (3) or
ED 816 Evidence Based Treatment: Adults (3)
ED 820 Developmental Psychology (3)
ED 821 Professional Psychology; Ethics and Standards (2)
ED 833 Supervision, Consultation & Systems (2)
ED 838 Seminar: Internship Preparation and Professional Development (1)
ED 863 Research Methods and Design (4)
ED 883 Quantitative Analysis (4)
ED 886 Clinical Internship (1)
ED 887 Clinical Internship (1)
ED 890 Directed Research and Advisement (2)
ED 895 Dissertation (3)

Students will work with their academic advisor to choose a Counseling Psychology or School Psychology emphasis. A list of potential electives is presented below.

Counseling Psychology Emphasis  (15 elective credits)
ED 807 Psychopharmacology (3)
ED 808 Foundations of Neuropsychology (3)
ED 814 Seminar: Group Psychotherapy (3)
ED 815 Evidence Based Treatment: Children and Families (3)
ED 832 Community Consultation (3)

School Psychology Emphasis  (15 elective credits)
ED 807 Psychopharmacology (3)
ED 808 Foundations of Neuropsychology (3)
ED 830 School Based Consultation (3)
ED 831 Classroom Based Assessment (3)
ED 835 School Neuropsychology (3)

*Students are required to have taken 60 credits of foundation courses through the M.A. in Mental Health Counseling degree or C.A.G.S. in School Psychology program prior to entering the core Psy.D. courses.