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MA Two-Year Curriculum

Student progress through the program is intended to be sequential, cumulative, and graded in complexity. Certain courses are offered to first-year students that are designed to provide a theoretical and practical foundation for courses that will follow in subsequent years.

Certain advanced courses also require the student to have the background of more basic courses in order to benefit fully from the course experience. The MACL is a terminal degree and does not lead to certification or licensure to practice independently.

  • Year One
    • Fall Semester
      • PP7010 - Lifespan Development (3)
      • PP7501 - Adult Psychopathology (3)
      • PP7370 - Cognitive Assessment (3)
      • PP7110 - Professionalization Group I (1)
    • Spring Semester
      • PP7330 - Child and Adolescent Psychopathology (3)
      • PP7371 - Objective Personality Assessment (3)
      • PP8020 - Person-Centered and Experiential Theory and Therapy (3)
      • PP7111 - Professionalization Group II (1)
    • Summer Semester
      • PP8036 - Basic Assessment and Intervention Skills (3)
  • Year Two
    • Fall Semester
      • PP7100 - Professional Issues: Ethics, Conduct, and Law (3)
      • PP7200 - Statistics and Research I (3)
      • PP7340 - Issues in the Assessment and Treatment of Diverse Populations (3)
      • PP6201 - Master's Practicum I (3)
    • Spring Semester
      • PP7350 - Consultation and Supervision (3)
      • PP6202 - Master's Practicum II (3)
      • First course of the Clinical Intervention and Psychotherapy Requirement (3)
      • Second course of the Clinical Intervention and Psychotherapy Requirement (3)
    • Summer Semester
      • Third course of the Ethics, Clinical Intervention and Psychotherapy Requirement (3)
      • PP6202 - Master's Practicum II (continued)
    • Notes:

      Students should be aware that this is a suggested schedule only. Actual course offerings may vary.

      Students should meet with their advisor to plan their course of study for the school year.