Twin Cities Clinical Psychology: PsyD Degree Program

At the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University (MSPP), our faculty and staff are committed to preparing competent practitioners and scholars who can make valuable contributors to the field of clinical psychology.

Located near the Twin Cities in Eagan, MN, this Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology program integrates theory, research, and practice to educate and train you to function effectively as a clinical psychologist.

Argosy University does not guarantee third-party certification/licensure. Outside agencies control the requirements for taking and passing certification/licensing exams, and are subject to change without notice to Argosy University.

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Program Goals and Objectives

The Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology degree program at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University is designed to provide a competency-based program, which teaches:

  • Knowledge in the history and systems of psychology; the theoretical and empirical foundations of clinical psychology, including the developmental, biopsychosocial, cognitive, and affective bases of behavior; and the scientific methodology which serves as the basis for empirically based clinical practice.
  • Skills in the identification, assessment, and diagnosis of clinical problems; in problem remediation and application of empirically supported intervention procedures; and in the critical review of empirical literature and objective evaluation of clinical outcomes.
  • Attitudes consistent with the ethical principles governing professional clinical practice including concern for client welfare and respect for client diversity.
  • Skills in interpersonal functioning and the development of therapeutic relationships in a clinical setting.