MS in Clinical Psychology

This clinical psychology program provides students with a balance of practical skills in research and statistics combined with training in evidence-based psychotherapy. 

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Quick Facts

Program Units
60
Average Duration
2-3 years
Format
On-campus with a full-time or part-time course load 
Calendar & Course Availability

Fall and spring semesters (15-week terms) and summer sessions

Locations
  • Thousand Oaks
  • Westlake Village
  • Oxnard
Program Costs

$820 per credit

$49,200 base cost

Scholarships

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Career Options

The curriculum is designed to prepare students for either:

(1) Continuing their graduate studies in a doctoral program in psychology or other related clinical health science fields such as Clinical, Counseling, School, or other Social Science areas.

(2) Seeking immediate employment related to the measurement of clinical outcomes or program evaluation in health settings.

*Note: The MS Clinical Psychology program does not prepare a student for licensure at the Master’s level.

Why Cal Lutheran?

  • Diversity of students from all over the world.
  • Small entering class sizes of 12-15 students
  • Applied and practical research skills in statistics using the R programming language 
  • Optional concentration areas
  • Opportunity to write a thesis project
  • A psychology faculty who value teaching, research, and service
  • Two-year full time program or three-year part-time program

More reasons to choose our program

Electives

Taken in the second year, a two-course elective sequence provides students with advanced strategies in psychotherapy or quantitative methods. Advanced elective course options include:

  • Clinical Training (Course examples: Dialectical Behavior Therapy/Methods in Suicide Assessment and Risk Management, Principles and Techniques of Child/Adolescent Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy)
  • Quantitative Training (Course topics include Meta-Analysis, Structural Equation Modeling).

More program highlights

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The small university setting is really great for working closely and developing professional relationships with the faculty and advisors. They really get to know what your interests and strengths are. If you are passionate, they will help you go as far as you want to go.

Kristina Rodriguez '15 PsyD, '10 M.S. in Clinical Psychology
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