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Skip Navigation Links The MA in Clinical Psychology program requires the satisfactory completion of 51 semester credit hours distributed as follows: required courses, 43 credit hours; professionalization group requirements, 2 credit hours; and practicum and practicum seminar requirements, 6 credit hours. The curriculum should be completed in the order recommended by Argosy University's San Francisco Bay Area campus. Required Courses—Students Are Required to Take the Following PP7000 History and Systems (3) PP7010 Lifespan Development (3) PP7050 Physiological Psychology (3) PP7100 Professional Issues: Ethics, Conduct and Law (3) PP7200 Statistics and Research Methods I (3) PP7300 Psychopathology I (3) PP7301 Psychopathology II (3) PP7332 Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting* (0) PP7340 Issues in the Assessment and Treatment of Diverse Populations (3) PP7360 Clinical Psychopharmacology (3) PP7370 Cognitive Assessment (3) PP8010 Cognitive-Behavioral Theory and Therapy (3) PP8020 Person Centered and Experiential Theory and Therapy (3) PP8050 Family and Couple Therapy (3) PP8650 Assessment and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders (3) PP8670 Human Sexuality (1) * All master’s in clinical psychology program students must complete a seven-hour Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting (PP7332) course. Professionalization Group Requirements— Students Are Required to Take the Following PP7110 Professionalization Group I (1) PP7111 Professionalization Group II (1) Practicum and Practicum Seminar Requirements— Students Are Required to Take the Following PP8150 Practicum I (3) PP8151 Practicum II (3)