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Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation (next site visit scheduled for 2017)*Questions related to the program's accredited status should be directed to the Commision on Accreditation:
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation American Psychological Association
750 1st Street NE
Washington, DC 20002-4242
Phone: (202) 336-5979 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Website: www.apa.org/ed/accreditation
The purpose of the doctoral program is to graduate license-eligible clinical psychologists with state-of-the-art knowledge relating to the psychological practice of assessment, therapy, research and program development and evaluation.
A primary program objective is the preparation of clinical psychologists who will be effective in supervising and managing therapists in multidisciplinary mental health care delivery systems in a diverse society.
The deadline for applications for Fall for the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program is DECEMBER 1
Faculty potentially accepting students for Fall 2017:
The Graduate Admissions Application Code for the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program is PSYD
Areas of Emphasis
Admission Information for PhD Program
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The GRE Psychology Subject Test requirement for Ph.D. application has been suspended. Subject test score submission is now preferred but not required. GRE standard test scores are still required.
Ph.D. State licensure
The curriculum is designed to qualify all students for state licensure. Guidelines for licensing Ph.D. psychologists in Michigan state that a Ph.D. degree in clinical psychology must include, ". . . an integrated, organized sequence of study which includes instruction in research design and methodology, statistics, psychometrics, and scientific and professional ethics and standards." The minimum requirements include a graduate course in 3 of the 4 following bases of behavior: Biological, Cognitive-Affective, Social, and Individual Differences, and courses in assessment and treatment. The national licensing exam covers all four subfields, as well as expertise in assessment and treatment.
Ph.D Part-time students?
The doctoral program is a full-time, full residency program that is designed to be completed in 5 years, although most students complete the program in 6 years. No part time students will be accepted.
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/prospective_students/admissions/requirements.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.