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Plan of Study


Overview

The MPS-Clinical Psychological Science is a 30-credit graduate program designed to be completed in fifteen months of full-time enrollment. See Designation of Full-time/Part-time Status.

See the sample plan of study, below. Students should use this as a guide to develop a plan with the program director. The program uses the term academic calendar with classes held each 12-week term: I (fall), II (winter), III (spring), IV (summer).

Specific class meeting information (days and time) is posted on UMD’s interactive web service services, Testudo. Once on that site, select “Schedule of Classes,” then the term / year. Courses are listed by academic unit.

The program uses specific section codes for registration which are listed on the sample plan of study. Actual course offerings are determined by the program and may vary. Students should note if a course has a pre-requisite or co-requisite.

Term Year Course Number Campus Section Code Online Section Code Credits
I (fall) 1 PSYC622 PCC* PWS* 3
I (fall) 1 PSYC644 PCC* PWS* 3
II (winter) 1 PSYC624 PCC* PWS* 3
II (winter) 1 PSYC625 PCC* PWS* 3
III (spring) 1 PSYC623 PCC* PWS* 3
III (spring) 1 PSYC630 PCC* PWS* 3
IV (summer) 1 PSYC632 PCC* PWS* 3
IV (summer) 1 PSYC650 PCC* PWS* 3
I (fall) 2 PSYC643 PCC* PWS* 3
I (fall) 2 PSYC651 PCC* PWS* 3

Below is a listing of all program courses. For a detailed course description that includes pre-requisites or co-requisites, see The Graduate School Catalog, Course Listing as follows:

PSYC622: Research Methods in Clinical Psychology
PSYC623: Child Psychopathology
PSYC624: Adult Psychopathology
PSYC625: Clinical Assessment: Psychometric Principles, Testing, and Behavior
PSYC630: Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Adults
PSYC632: Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Children and Adolescents
PSYC643: Ethical and Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology
PSYC644: Basic Foundations of Clinical Interventions
PSYC650: Culture and Diversity in Mental Health
PSYC651: Writing and Critical Thinking

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