February 1, priority deadline is December 1
Entrance exam: GRE
Exam waiver available: Yes
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App State’s Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology provides the highest level of training in the field of clinical psychology, equipping you with the necessary tools to serve rural communities in vital roles such as clinician, program administrator, evaluator, consultant, educator and scholar.
You will be trained in clinical assessment and intervention, with opportunities to produce original applied research. A focus is also placed on the impact of culture and diversity in clinical practice and ecological factors affecting individual and community development in rural areas.
Visit the College of Arts and Sciences website for more information about the Clinical Psychology program.
Explore the Graduate Bulletin to learn about the program of study for this degree.
In its 2022 “Best Colleges” rankings, U.S. News & World Report named App State:
The Princeton Review named App State among the best schools in the U.S. and the Southeast for 2022.
Forbes magazine ranked App State among “America’s Top Colleges” for 2022.
Where can an App State degree take you? Anywhere you want to go!
Graduates will be eligible to apply for licensure as psychologists and health service providers, with qualification to establish careers in the private and public sectors.
Graduates may also teach in colleges and universities, and provide supervision to master’s-level practitioners.
Graduates will be prepared to work in:
App State’s Career Development Center
Services provided by the Career Development Center include resume reviews, career coaching, job and internship search assistance, and other tools for you to achieve life and professional success.
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