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The School of Professional Psychology has 12 full-time faculty members who represent a broad range of interests and theoretical orientations. Faculty members are active in research, professional organizations, and the scholarship of teaching and many maintain clinical practices. Additionally, many members of our faculty have organized Research Interest Groups (RIGS) to work with teams of graduate students to explore research and clinical interests. The Psy.D. degree is a 120 credit hour program completed over 5 - 6 years. Although strongly grounded in the study of general clinical psychology, students choose additional advanced course work in one of four areas of specialized emphasis: Adult Psychology, Child/Adolescent/Family Psychology, Forensic Psychology, and Health Psychology.

Areas of Study
  • Child or Adolescent Science/Studies - Undergraduate
  • Family Science/Studies - Undergraduate
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We offer three concentration areas: Child Studies, Family & Consumer Sciences Education, and Family Studies. The central purpose of the Child Studies concentration is to prepare students who are interested in working with young children. The central purpose of the Family & Consumer Sciences Education program is to prepare graduates who can successfully assume the positions of family and consumer sciences educators in middle and secondary schools. Graduates will have a broad family and consumer sciences knowledge base as well as the ability to teach others how to use this information to improve personal and family life. The central purpose of the Family Studies program is to prepare students who are interested in working in a family-focused environment. The graduates will have a broad knowledge base working with children and families. The major will provide graduates with entry-level competencies for child and family life.

Areas of Study
  • Child or Adolescent Science/Studies - Undergraduate
  • Family Science/Studies - Undergraduate
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