ACU’s Master of Science in clinical psychology prepares students to begin a professional career in counseling or to continue their studies in a doctoral program in psychology. The program combines professional counseling training, research skills and experience, and a distinctive Christian perspective in integrating faith, learning and practice.
You will receive classroom and practicum training in individual and group counseling, clinical interviewing, psychological testing, and professional issues and ethics. As preparation for a career in research or doctoral study, the degree provides training in research design and analysis.
|Degree||Master of Science in Clinical Psychology (M.S.)|
|Program length||2 years|
|Application deadlines for Fall 2017||March 30, 2017 for priority review
August 11, 2017 for standard review
February 15, 2017 for international students
You will take courses such as:
See full ACU graduate admission requirements here.