At Argosy University's College of Clinical Psychology, our programs are designed to prepare practitioner-scholars whose scientific, theoretical and practical foundations enable them to meet the challenges of the diverse settings, populations and communities in which they serve.
Across our 10 schools, a variety of theoretical orientations and specialty areas are represented, but common to each location is a large network of shared university resources, a common set of academic principles and a legacy of over 30 years of excellence in professional psychology training.
Our Focus on Personal and Professional Development
The Master of Arts (MA) degree provides a basic foundation in the principles of Clinical Psychology, while the Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree in Clinical Psychology program prepares students to provide therapeutic and assessment services to individuals, families, groups and organizations.
Our programs are academically challenging while encouraging your development both as a person and as a professional. We believe in high standards, faculty mentorship and opportunities to learn while you practice with experienced supervisors in the field. Our graduates are prepared to provide ethical and quality services in a variety of settings, and many of our alumni are engaged in work that has expanded the impact of psychology on the world.
If you are interested in our clinical psychology degree programs, Argosy University has campuses located across the country. Explore our campus websites today, or contact us for information on how you can further your education at Argosy University!