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The priority deadline for doctoral applications is February 15th; only completed applications will be considered. The Doctoral program can only be started in the fall semester.
The Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology program can be completed at a part-time or full-time basis. Part-time is considered taking one or two classes a semester while full-time is taking three or four classes a semester. All programs can take daytime, evening or a mixture of classes. To participate in the 11 month full-time program, students must take four classes a semester and start the program in the fall. Students may begin their program during the winter or spring semesters at either a part-time or full-time basis, but would not be able to complete the program in 11 months.
The Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology can be paired with the ABA concentration. All five ABA courses will take place of five of your MA courses. You will be required to complete the 500 hour MA practicum (12-15 hours per week) as well as the 1000 hour ABA practicum (20 hours a week) during your time at MSP. Both programs together can be completed in two and a half year. Students may choose to spread the program out further if needed.
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