The Master of Arts degree program in clinical psychology is designed to provide psychological training and preparation for students desiring to deliver clinical services through community agencies. After completing the program and a two-year postgraduate internship, graduates are eligible to become Licensed Mental Health Counselors and practice independently in the State of Florida following licensure.

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Program Tracks

Applied Pre-Licensure/Non-Thesis Track:

This track is designed for students desiring to deliver clinical services in a variety of settings including community agencies and private practice. After completing the program and two years of postgraduate supervised clinical experience, graduates are eligible to become Licensed Mental Health Counselors in the state of Florida.

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Research/Thesis Track:

This track emphasizes clinical research and is designed for students who wish to focus on clinical research and/or are interested in pursuing entry into a doctoral program following the completion of their Master’s degree. Students who complete this option are not eligible to become Licensed Mental Health Counselors upon graduation.

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