The Clinical Track involves preparation for professional careers in clinical psychology and related areas. The Clinical Track is available for those majors who desire employment in the field immediately after graduation and/or who seek to pursue graduate study in clinical psychology or related areas. Special guidelines are provided in the Student Handbook which is available from the department.
More About This Degree
The William G. McGowan Center for Graduate and Professional Studies offers a multitude of resources for student training in Counseling and Psychology, supporting students in their clinical training, the development of multimedia training materials, student research,psychological testing, and electronic communication. These include:
- Psychological Services Center
- Shared Research Laboratory
- Stress and Coping Laboratory
- Neuropsychology Laboratory
- Psychology Laboratory
- Psychology Assessment Laboratory
The bachelor's degree is the first step in the professional training of psychologists. The Clinical Practices sequence is recommended particularly for those majors who desire employment in field settings upon attainment of the baccalaureate degree, or who are interested in clinical psychology or counseling.
Undergraduate Admissions Requirements
- Official SAT and/or ACT scores
- Completed application
- Official transcripts
- Letter of recommendation