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Clinical Behavioral Masters of Science in Psychology

The Clinical Behavioral MS program teaches students to understand, predict and influence internal and external behavior by utilizing evolving behavioral theory and good science. The training is comprised of foundational knowledge of behavioral psychology, behavior analysis, psychological assessment, and psychotherapy. Students complete their training in supervised applied experiences in the field.

The program prepares students for licensure and clinical practice at the master's level in the state of Michigan, certification in behavior analysis (BCBA), and doctoral study in psychology. 

The Clinical-Behavioral course sequence is approved for the Board Certification in Behavior Analysis (BCBA) credential.


 The deadline for applications for the Fall CB MS program is FEBRUARY 1.

The Graduate Admissions Application Code for the Clinical-Behavioral Masters Program is PSYB

Program Information

Admission information   


 

INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS

All international transcripts must be evaluated by Educational Perspectives (EP), including all Canadian transcripts.

Additional information for international students can be found at:                                                                http://www.emich.edu/graduate/admissions/applicationprocess/international.php         

All applicants to the Graduate School with non-U.S. post secondary credentials must submit an evaluation of their credentials to EMU. Educational Perspectives (EP) is the credential evaluation service that provides evaluations of international educational credentials for applicants to EMU.

  • Order the "Detailed" report (course by course evaluation) for $135.00.
  • The evaluation takes five business days from when the EP application, payment and all of the documents needed for an evaluation, are received at EP. EP will then send the evaluation to you and EMU upon completion.
  • Visit EMU's EP site: www.edperspective.org/emich for details on how to submit the evaluation request and obtain an EP application form. This evaluation will be used to determine if you are eligible for admission to EMU, if your non-U.S. institution is recognized, and what your U.S.-equivalent Grade Point Average (GPA) is.

The Psychology Department is part of the College of Arts & Sciences, 214 Pray-Harrold, 734.487.4344