Curriculum and Internships


Our curriculum focuses on the scientist-practitioner orientation so you will learn to employ empirically validated methods of assessment, consultation, intervention, program evaluation, supervision, and research.

You will also participate in a 1750-hour internship which is customizable to the type of work you would like to do upon graduation.

These internships are paid, and, in some cases, compensation can be substantial.




Brenna Bayless | Admissions Specialist
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