Master of Arts in Clinical Practices in Psychology
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Master of Arts in Clinical Practices in Psychology

The clinical practices in psychology program is a full-time program, with a two-year sequence of course work and practicum experiences, leading to the Master of Arts. It is designed to educate generalists in clinical practices at the master’s level who subsequently plan to practice as master’s level clinicians or continue their education at the doctoral level.

At the University of Hartford, the clinical practices in psychology program helps students develop specific proficiencies in:

  • Theoretical understanding of clinical issues
  • Research methods and empirical bases of knowledge
  • Clinical skills of assessment and treatment

The program is designed to educate generalists in clinical psychology at the master’s level, who subsequently plan to either:

  • Practice as a master’s level clinician. The 54-credit program partially satisfies requirements for licensure as a professional counselor in Connecticut and many other states.
  • Continue graduate education in pursuit of a doctoral degree.

More information on this program.