Doctor of Psychology (Ph.D.)

I. Prerequistes: 

A. Master's Degree in Psychology or related field from an acceptable institution, including subjects.

  Courses Units
PSY 503 Physiological Psychology (5)
PSY 504 Human Sexuality (5)
PSY 505 Statistical Methods (5)
PSY 506 Psychological Tests & Measurements (5)
PSY 507 Psychopathology I (5)
PSY 508 Professional Ethics and Laws (5)
PSY 510 Experimental Design & Research Methodology (5)
PSY 515 Theories of Personality (5)
PSY 516 Social Psychology (5)

B. Completion of graduate work evaluated to be comparable to a Master’s Degree by US Educational Norms by an organization qualified to make such an evaluation.

II. Program Requirements: The Doctoral program requires a minimum of 110 units of graduate study. The first part (55 units) of the Doctoral Program is the Masters Degree Program.

  Courses Units
PSY 700 Principles of Behavior Modification (5)
PSY 702 Psychological Assessment I (5)
PSY 703 *Psychological Assessment II (10)
PSY 704 Psychopathology II
PSY 707 Industrial/Organizational Psychology (5)
PSY 708 Psychopharmacology (5)
PSY 709 Systems of Psychotherapy (5)
PSY 710 Techniques of Group Therapy (5)
PSY 711 *Practicum (10)
PSY 712 Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counseling (5)
PSY 713 Child Abuse Assessment, Treatment & Prevention (5)
PSY 714 Clinical Child Psychology (5)
PSY 715 Clinical Psychology (5)
PSY 718 Behavioral Medicine (5)
PSY 719 Psychology of Aging (15)
PSY 721 Spouse Abuse (5)
PSY 724 Mental Retardation (5)
PSY 727 Forensic Psychology (5)

  Electives Units
PSY 716 History & Systems of Psychology (5)
PSY 717 School Psychology (5)
PSY 720 Community Psychology (5)
PSY 723 Addictive Behavior: Treatment (5)
PSY 728 Crisis Intervention (5)
PSY 730 Attention Deficit Disorder (5)
PSY 731 AIDS: A Guide for Mental Health Professionals (5)
PSY 732 Psychotherapy with the Gay & Lesbian Client (5)

*Lab attendance is required.