Requirements

Clinical/Counseling

Thesis Option (91-92 units)

  1. PSYC 611. Advanced Independent Study (2-5) for a total of (5)
  2. PSYC 616. Child and Spousal Abuse (4)
  3. PSYC 618. Community and Public Mental Health (4)
  4. PSYC 619. Community Disaster, Trauma, and Resilience (4)
  5. PSYC 633. Professional Ethics and Law (4)
  6. PSYC 636. Cross-Cultural Counseling (4)
  7. PSYC 638. Substance Abuse: Detection, Assessment and Treatment (4)
  8. PSYC 640. Advanced Methods in Psychological Research (4)
  9. Four or five units chosen from:
    • PSYC 641. Analysis of Variance (5)
    • PSYC 642. Multiple Regression (4)
  10. PSYC 654. Advanced Life-Span Developmental Psychology (4)
  11. PSYC 665. Psychopathology (4)
  12. PSYC 667. Family Processes (4)
  13. PSYC 671. Marriage and Family Therapy Skills I (5)
  14. PSYC 672. Marriage and Family Therapy Skills II (5)
  15. PSYC 673. Marriage and Family Therapy Skills III (5)
  16. PSYC 679. Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy (4)
  17. PSYC 687A. Marriage and Family Therapy Practicum I (2)
  18. PSYC 687B. Marriage and Family Therapy Practicum II (2)
  19. PSYC 687C. Marriage and Family Therapy Practicum III (2)
  20. PSYC 697A. Advanced Practicum in Counseling Psychology (4)
  21. PSYC 697B. Advanced Practicum in Counseling Psychology (4)
  22. PSYC 697C. Advanced Practicum in Counseling Psychology (4)
  23. PSYC 699. Thesis (5)
    • Notes: PSYC 617, 682, and 691 or comparable workshops are required for those students interested in licensure as a marriage and family therapist.

Comprehensive Examination Option (90 units)

  1. PSYC 612. Directed Readings (2-5) for a total of (5)
  2. PSYC 616. Child and Spousal Abuse (4)
  3. PSYC 618. Community and Public Mental Health (4)
  4. PSYC 619. Community Disaster, Trauma, and Resilience (4)
  5. PSYC 633. Professional Ethics and Law (4)
  6. PSYC 636. Cross-Cultural Counseling (4)
  7. PSYC 638. Substance Abuse: Detection, Assessment and Treatment (4)
  8. PSYC 640. Advanced Methods in Psychological Research (4)
  9. PSYC 654. Advanced Life-Span Developmental Psychology (4)
  10. PSYC 665. Psychopathology (4)
  11. PSYC 667. Family Processes (4)
  12. PSYC 671. Marriage and Family Therapy Skills I (5)
  13. PSYC 672. Marriage and Family Therapy Skills II (5)
  14. PSYC 673. Marriage and Family Therapy Skills III (5)
  15. PSYC 679. Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy (4)
  16. PSYC 687A. Marriage and Family Therapy Practicum I (2)
  17. PSYC 687B. Marriage and Family Therapy Practicum II (2)
  18. PSYC 687C. Marriage and Family Therapy Practicum III (2)
  19. PSYC 697A. Advanced Practicum in Counseling Psychology (4)
  20. PSYC 697B. Advanced Practicum in Counseling Psychology (4)
  21. PSYC 697C. Advanced Practicum in Counseling Psychology (4)
  22. Eight units of electives to be chosen from 500- or 600-level courses, excluding PSYC 575, 611 and 612.
  23. PSYC 999A. Comprehensive Examination: Clinical Counseling (0)
    • Recommended Elective Courses needed for licensure:
    • PSYC 617. Clinical Psychopharmacology (4)
    • PSYC 682. Clinical Assessment (4)
    • PSYC 691. Human Sexuality and Treatment (4)
    • Notes: PSYC 617, 682, and 691 or comparable workshops are required for those students interested in licensure as a marriage and family therapist prior to application to licensure.

Industrial / Organizational

Thesis Option (75 units)

  1. PSYC 581A. Seminar in Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Current Professional Issues (2)
  2. PSYC 581B. Seminar in Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Organizational Leadership (2)
  3. PSYC 581C. Seminar in Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Processes of Work Groups (2)
  4. PSYC 581D. Seminar in Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Training and Executive Development (2)
  5. PSYC 581E. Seminar in Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Ethical Issues in Organizations (2)
  6. PSYC 581F. Seminar in Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Diversity in Organizations (2)
  7. PSYC 581G. Seminar in Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Legal Issues for the I/O Professional (2)
  8. PSYC 601. Performance Assessment (4)
  9. PSYC 602. Organizational Development (4)
  10. PSYC 603. Personnel Selection and Validation (4)
  11. PSYC 604. Work Motivation and Organizational Reward Systems (4)
  12. PSYC 611. Advanced Independent Study (2-5) for a total of (5)
  13. PSYC 640. Advanced Methods in Psychological Research (4)
  14. PSYC 641. Analysis of Variance (5)
  15. PSYC 642. Regression and Nonparametric Statistics (4)
  16. PSYC 643. Multivariate Methods (4)
  17. PSYC 644. Applied Psychological Measurement (4)
  18. PSYC 675. Practicum in Applied Psychology (4)
  19. PSYC 689. Externship in Applied Psychology (2-5) for a total of (5)
  20. PSYC 699. Thesis (5)
  21. Four units chosen from:
    • PSYC 650. Advanced Cognitive Psychology (4)
    • PSYC 652. Advanced Learning and Motivation (4)
    • PSYC 654. Advanced Life-Span Developmental Psychology (4)
    • PSYC 656. Advanced Biological Psychology (4)
    • PSYC 658. Advanced Personality and Social Psychology (4)
  22. A minimum of two units chosen from:
    • ACCT 503. Financial Accounting (4)
    • ECON 503. Economic Analysis (4)
    • FIN 503. Financial Management Concepts (4)
    • May choose only one of the following two courses:
      • HD 540. Work, Retirement and Leisure (4)
      • PSYC 540. Work, Retirement and Leisure (4)
    • MGMT 601. Organization Theory and Behavior (4)
    • MGMT 641. Managing Human Resources (4)
    • MGMT 642. Communication and Interpersonal Processes (4)
    • MGMT 644. Industrial Relations (4)
    • MGMT 655. Leadership for Modern Organizations (4)
    • MGMT 660. Managing Teams in the Workplace (4)
    • PSYC 612. Directed Readings (2-5)
    • PSYC 636. Cross-Cultural Counseling (4)
    • PSYC 665. Psychopathology (4)
    • PSYC 679. Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy (4)

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