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COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY Criteria for Satisfactory Progress
To make progress toward a graduate degree, students must meet the Graduate School requirements in addition to the requirements of the department or program. See Graduate School degree requirements.
PH.D.
Overall GPA
Follow Graduate School policy
Other Grade Requirements
Yes
Candidates must complete 12 credits of practicum and a yearlong predoctoral internship.
Probation Policy
Follow Graduate School policy
Specific Courses
Yes
Contact the department for a list of required courses.
Specific Credits
Yes
42 core credits in psychological foundations; 6 additional credits in research methods; and 6 credits of electives. Contact the department for a list of possible courses.
Examinations / Time Constraints
Yes / Yes
Students take three separate examinations consisting of both oral and written parts.
Other Assessments / Time Constraints
Yes / No
Candidates must successfully defend their dissertation before graduation.
Language Requirements
No
Minor Requirements
Yes
A minimum of 12 credits in another department with approval of the minor advisor, or a distributed minor of 12 credits in two or more departments.
Advisor
Follow Graduate School policy
Review Policy
Yes
Faculty committee
Annually