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Our Clinical Psychology Graduate Program is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and judgment needed to become active contributors at the highest-level to research, teach, and provide public and professional service in the community.

The Clinical Psychology doctoral program emphasizes training in research and clinical work as we value clinical training, teaching, supervision, and consultation experiences. We regard clinical training during graduate school as an important initial foundation in clinical skills that fully prepares our students for pre-doctoral internship experiences.

Learn more about our application process and clinical tracks. Our graduate program is highly competitive. We seek talented people who can benefit from our programs and who show exceptional promise of making original contributions to the field of Psychology. Only a small number of applicants will be accepted and we encourage our applicants to apply to multiple institutions. Read more about our admission statistics.

Our graduate school finalists will be invited to Visiting Day, an all-day, invitation-only event in February. It is an opportunity for our finalists to visit the department and learn more about the program and the faculty. Learn more about Visiting Day and save the date.

For our incoming graduate students, we have important information online including important to-do items, dates, and contact information.

For our faculty and current students, check out our recent happenings and upcoming events! More information and news can be found on the departmental website.