The following anticipated course rotation is provided to better help you plan your graduate career in the MPCAC program.  Although this is the anticipated course rotation, you will want to be sure and meet with the Graduate Program Coordinator in order to verify the information provided.  Courses may change due to faculty availability, course demand, and budget constraints.

 

Fall 2019

            First Year Students

  • PSYC 5143 Applied Ethics
  • PSYC 5163 Psychopathology: Diagnosis/Psychopharmacology
  • PSYC 5213 Theories of Counseling
  • PSYC 6113 Counseling Methods/Individual Psychotherapy

 

            Second Year Students

  • PSYC 6143 Personality Assessment
  • PSYC 5843 Multicultural Psychology
  • PSYC 6123 Therapeutic and Psychoeducational Groups

 

  • PSYC 6152 Clinical Practicum I (Final 3 students) plus

            PSYC 6181 Evidence Based Practice

OR

 

  • PSYC 6203 Internship I plus

            PSYC 5200 Foundations of Research Methods and Outcome Assessment

OR

 

  • PSYC 6200 Internship II plus

            PSYC 5203 Applied Research Methods and Outcome Assessment

 

Rough draft of thesis due to chair before finals week. Goal is to defend thesis proposal in the early part of Spring.

 

PSYC 6993 Thesis with permission of thesis chair (These students will have completed 2 years of the program and the first Thesis course-will only be enrolled in Thesis)

 

Spring 2020

            First Year Students

  • PSYC 5113-Psychological Statistics
  • PSYC 5133 Intellectual Assessment
  • PSYC 5153-Theories of Personality
  • PSYC 6133 Marriage, Family, and Systems Therapy (students taking Clinical Practicum will enroll in this course Spring of their second year)

 

  • PSYC 6152 Clinical Practicum I (First 3 students) plus

            PSYC 6181 Evidence Based Practice

 Students wishing to complete a thesis are expected to earn an "A" in statistics. Students wishing to pursue a thesis will not begin Practicum until the Fall since they have an extra semester to complete hours.

             Second Year Students

  • PSYC 5273 Addiction: Research/Practice
  • PSYC 6103 Vocational Assessment and Counseling
  • Elective Course

 

  • PSYC 6203 Internship I plus (3 students) 
  • PSYC 5200 Foundations of Research Methods and Outcome Assessment

     
OR

  • PSYC 6200 Internship II plus (2 students)
  • PSYC 5203 Applied Research Methods and Outcome Assessment

NOTE

 

  • PSYC 6133 Marriage, Family, and Systems Therapy (ONLY the 3 students who took clinical practicum Spring their first year)

  

PSYC 6983 Thesis with permission of thesis chair (counts as the elective)

 

Summer 2019/2021

  • PSYC 5233 Human Developmental Across the Life Span (most students)
  • PSYC 5863 Biological Bases of Human Behavior (all students)

 

  • PSYC 6152 Clinical Practicum I (Second 2 students) plus

            PSYC 6181 Evidence Based Practice

OR

 

  • PSYC 6203 Internship I plus

            PSYC 5200 Foundations of Research Methods and Outcome Assessment

OR

 

  • PSYC 6200 Internship II plus

            PSYC 5203 Applied Research Methods and Outcome Assessment

 

Prospectus due by the end of Summer II.

 

Summer 2020/2022

  • PSYC 5283 Professional Issues (all students)
  • PSYC 5233 Human Developmental Across the Life Span (most students)

 

  • PSYC 6152 Clinical Practicum I (Second 2 students) plus

            PSYC 6181 Evidence Based Practice

OR

 

  • PSYC 6203 Internship I plus

            PSYC 5200 Foundations of Research Methods and Outcome Assessment

OR

 

  • PSYC 6200 Internship II plus

            PSYC 5203 Applied Research Methods and Outcome Assessment

 

Prospectus due by the end of Summer II.