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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Psychology Clark University

USA

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Course info

Summary

Graduate Studies in Clinical Psychology

The mission of the Clark University Clinical Psychology Program is to train scientist-practitioners as socially engaged clinical scholars. In keeping with the motto of Clark University to “Challenge Convention and Change Our World,” the Clinical Program aims to train scholars who will be actively engaged in the world and use their work to improve the quality of the world in which we live and the lives of the people in our communities. Thus, the Clark University Clinical Psychology Program adheres to the Scientist-Practitioner model in which our students are trained to be skilled scientists and clinicians who can integrate the science of psychology with its professional practice.

To achieve our goals, we provide training in research methods, clinical practice, and their integration. This training is sequential, cumulative, and graded in complexity, and occurs through a variety of integrated and coherent educational experiences in the classroom, laboratory, and practicum settings. In order to produce competent clinicians, the Clinical Program provides training in the basic principles and processes of psychological assessment, evidence-based psychotherapy, and an array of general professional skills. This training occurs in coursework and clinical practice, and is provided by both core clinical faculty and affiliated faculty.

Graduate Studies in Developmental Psychology

A pioneer in the study of human development, Clark’s Ph.D program in Developmental Psychology focuses on the development of psychological processes in societal and cultural contexts. With faculty expertise across the lifespan, faculty unites in studying the links between intra-individual and inter-individual change over time. How do interactions between individuals, ecological contexts, and cultural patterning result in new ways of being in the world? Currently faculty examine areas such as bilingualism, pretend play, racial experiences, narrative, and malleable factors influencing learning and subsequent academic achievement in schooling and college populations.

Graduate Studies in Social Psychology

This program focuses on basic social psychological processes that underlie pressing social and political issues–locally, nationally, and globally. At Clark, this includes primarily the study of intergroup relations, societal conflict and reconciliation, violence, health disparities, and commitment to social change, including political action and intervention. More generally, we examine the interaction of individual differences and social structures in producing and reflecting political attitudes, behavior, and health. We pay particular attention to how human experience–thought, behavior, feelings–is shaped by history and intersectionality of group memberships, and how social structure reinforces power relations. Students and faculty in the program use a wide variety of quantitative and qualitative methods, including lab and field experiments, surveys, interviews, focus groups, and archival research.

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Psychology.

Full Time (4 years)

Tuition fees

Program cost: USD $49,950

*Price shown is for indicative purpose, please check with institution

From

23-Aug-21

Venue

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

950 Main Street,

WORCESTER,

Massachusetts,

01610, United States

Entry requirement for international students

Admission to the program is based on the applicant’s undergraduate academic record.

TOEFL: 85 overall, recommended sub-score minimum of 18, or

TOEFL: ITP Plus Scores, or

IELTS: 6.5 overall, recommended sub-score minimum of 6, or

PTE: 53 overall, or

Duolingo: 110

Completion of ELS 112, or

Completion of EC English B2+ Pre-Advanced Level

* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.

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