PsyD in Counseling Psychology

Student Financial Support

Currently two to four graduate assistantships (GA) are offered each year and are typically reserved for first year students. Courses are offered in the evening in order to accommodate students who must work while pursuing the doctoral degree. Since all Program students have a master’s degree in counseling or a closely related field, many are involved in the provision or supervision of psychological care in relation to their employment. Students working on their dissertation are eligible to apply for up to $400.00 each to defray associated expenditures, and the Program has a Survey Monkey account exclusively for use by doctoral students.

Program Disclosures

State/TerritoryType of licenseDetermination
AlabamaPsychologistMeets requirements
AlaskaPsychologistMeets requirements
ArizonaPsychologistMeets requirements
ArkansasPsychologistMeets requirements
CaliforniaPsychologistDoes not meet requirements – additional coursework needed
ColoradoPsychologistUndetermined
ConnecticutPsychologistMeets requirements
DelawarePsychologistMeets requirements
FloridaPsychologistUndetermined
GeorgiaPsychologistMeets requirements – 4000 hour requirement
HawaiiPsychologistMeets requirements
IdahoPsychologistMeets requirements
IllinoisPsychologistUndetermined
IndianaPsychologistMeets requirements
IowaPsychologistMeets requirements
KansasPsychologistMeets requirements
KentuckyPsychologistMeets requirements
LouisianaPsychologistMeets requirements
MainePsychologistDoes not meet requirements
MarylandPsychologistMeets requirements
MassachusettsPsychologistMeets requirements
MichiganPsychologistDoes not meet requirements
MinnesotaPsychologistMeets requirements
MississippiPsychologistMeets requirements
MissouriPsychologistMeets requirements
MontanaPsychologistMeets requirements
NebraskaPsychologistMeets requirements
NevadaPsychologistMeets requirements
New HampshirePsychologistMeets requirements
New JerseyPsychologistMeets requirements
New MexicoPsychologistMeets requirements
New YorkPsychologistUndetermined
North CarolinaPsychologistMeets requirements
North DakotaPsychologistMeets requirements
OhioPsychologistMeets requirements
OklahomaPsychologistMeets requirements
OregonPsychologistMeets requirements
PennsylvaniaPsychologistMeets requirements
Puerto RicoCounselorMeets requirements
Rhode IslandPsychologistMeets requirements
South CarolinaPsychologistMeets requirements
South DakotaPsychologistMeets requirements
TennesseePsychologistMeets requirements
TexasPsychologistMeets requirements
UtahPsychologistDoes not meet requirements
VermontPsychologistMeets requirements
Virgin IslandsLicensed Professional CounselorMeets requirements
VirginiaPsychologistMeets requirements
WashingtonPsychologistMeets requirements
Washington D.C.PsychologistUndetermined
West VirginiaPsychologistMeets requirements
WisconsinPsychologistMeets requirements
WyomingPsychologistMeets requirements
Last updated 06/30/2020

Time to degree completion

The APA-accredited Doctoral Program requires four years of full-time study beyond the master’s degree (three academic and one year pre-doctoral internship). Members of the first cohort graduated in 2011.

Time to completion table for students from 2010-2020

Students may transfer up to eighteen (18) doctoral level credits into the program.

Program Costs

Description2020-2021 1st-year cohort cost
Tuition for full-time students (in-state)$26,475
Tuition for full-time students (out-of-state)$26,475
Tuition per credit hour for part-time studentsN/A
University/institution fees or costs$360
Additional estimated fees or costs to students (e.g. books, travel, etc.)$850

Internship Placement – Table 1

Internship data for students from 2010-2020

Internship Placement – Table 2

Internship data from 2010-2020 for PsyD students

Attrition

Attrition data for psyd students

Licensure

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