Master's Project (M.A. in Clinical Psychology)   [Archived Catalog]
2017-2018 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

PSY 9200 - Master's Project (M.A. in Clinical Psychology)

This course is required for clinical psychology students who entered with a B.A. or B.S. degree and is designed as a master's degree culminating project that will not involve the use of human participants in any way (e.g., an expanded literature review; developing an intervention or program, but without implementation or piloting in any way; writing a training manual based on theory only, etc.). For PSY 9200, no committee is formed; that is, the course has one instructor only. As there is no data collection from human participants, students are required to complete the shore form: Institutional Review Board Application for Theoretical Studies. In addition, there are no project orals for this course. If opting for PSY 9200, the course supervisor must be a member of the Clinical Psychology degree program faculty or someone approved by the degree program director and/or Specialization Coordinator (if warranted). 3 credit(s)