The certificate is designed to improve your competitiveness for graduate training in applied psychology and related fields or for entry-level positions (such as behavioral technicians) in mental and behavioral health settings. The required courses teach state-of-the-art experimental methods and theory from psychological and brain sciences that can be leveraged to address pressing psychological problems. The applied field experiences and associated supervision/discussion section will allow you to be exposed to real-world situations and practice settings in order to develop an appreciation of how psychological and mental health problems are manifest and addressed.
Clinical Psychological Science Certificate
You must complete a minimum of 8 courses (two required courses, four advanced courses, one supervised applied field experience, and one field experience discussion) for a minimum total of 24 credit hours. You must complete each course required for the certificate with a grade of C- or higher, with an overall GPA of ≥ 2.000 for all certificate courses.
Use your Academic Bulletin
Students pursuing a certificate in Clinical Psychological Science should use the Academic Bulletin year appropriate for your year of matriculation.
Requirements for English minor degrees can be found by clicking on the relevant Bulletin below:
2017-18: Certificate in Clinical Psychological Science, College of Arts and Sciences Bulletin
2016-17: Certificate in Clinical Psychological Science, College of Arts and Sciences Bulletin
2015-16: Certificate in Clinical Psychological Science, College of Arts and Sciences Bulletin