Overview

Our Counseling Psychology Program (CPP) has been accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1985 and is rated fourth in the nation by CounselingPsychology.Org. Our program is based upon a scientist-practitioner orientation to counseling psychology, viewing research and practice as interdependent and complementary. Research is considered a fundamental and integral dimension of our program and students with a strong interest in psychological research, pursuing academic careers, and combining research and practice are given priority in admissions decisions. 

We offer

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
    Note: Students may earn a master's degree (MS) as a step toward the PhD.

Who should apply

Graduate level students who want to:

  • Pursue doctoral-level careers in psychological research and practice
  • Engage in research relevant to assessing and understanding behavior
  • Develop multicultural competence in both research and practice

To find out more about applying to the counseling psychology program, read our prospective PhD applicant information sheet.

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