We offer a phd degree in Combined-Integrated Clinical and School Psychology at James Madison University.
- The mission of the C-I Doctoral Program is to produce leading health service psychologists who are broadly trained in the science and practice of psychology, actively self-reflective, optimally prepared to work in a wide variety of settings with diverse clientele, and demonstrably committed to an ethic of personal responsibility, social awareness, and global engagement.
It first received APA accreditation in October, 1996. The program has been continuously accredited since then including full, ten-year re-accreditation after the review cycle that began in 2017 (the next self study is due in 2027).
- A complete listing of all core and elective courses is also available in the official JMU Graduate Catalog.
- Additional courses reflecting foundational areas of psychology may be required for graduation, depending on prior training.
- 48 months
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We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- have completed an advanced degree (M.A./M.S. or Ed.S.) in Clinical, School, or Counseling Psychology, or a closely related field. If you have any questions about whether or not you would qualify, contact Andrea Henriques at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- provide general GRE scores (verbal, quantitative, and analytic). Psychology GRE scores are additionally recommended, but not required. Older GRE scores are acceptable.
- submit a personal statement that includes a brief autobiographical sketch outlining your professional experience, interests, and future plans.
- submit three letters of recommendation from professionals familiar with the student's academic work and relevant professional experiences;
- submit transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate programs attended;
- submit a current professional vita or resume;
- Applicants can also submit representative work samples of current professional skills (e.g., test reports, counseling summaries, etc.).
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