Three graduate programs provide Graduate School of Psychology students with academic pathways to success.
MS in Counseling Psychology (MFT)
Students in our Counseling Psychology program graduate well-prepared for a successful career as professional therapists. The program focuses on teaching students a relational and systemic model for providing counseling services.
MS in Clinical Psychology
The program employs a scientist-practitioner model and emphasizes the development of skills in research and statistics. Some students decide to complete this program as a way of preparing themselves for entry into a doctoral program.
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD)
Our APA-accredited PsyD program is designed to develop students’ clinical skills through the integration of practice and research. Students are trained to be competent in research and scholarship and appreciative of human diversity through serving the underserved.
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Compare Our Programs
|MS in Counseling Psychology||MS in Clinical Psychology||Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD)|
|Credit Hours||60||34 (37 with thesis)||114|
|Duration||2 years||2 years||5 years|
|Locations||Thousand Oaks/Westlake or Oxnard||Thousand Oaks||Oxnard|
|Practicum/ Internship||225 hours of practicum||None||1200 hours of practicum; 1500 hours of doctoral internship|
|Research||Coursework only||Master’s Thesis||Dissertation|
|Career Paths||Marital and Family Therapist providing clinical services and consultation to children,
adolescents, adults, couples and/or families.
Preparation for entry into doctoral MFT, clinical, or counseling program.
|Research Associate involved with program evaluation or outcome assessment.
Preparation for entry into doctoral program.
|Clinical Psychologist conducting psychological assessment, psychotherapy, consultation, teaching, and research.|