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Psychology | Social Psychology
Psychology | Clinical Psychology
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Program Overview

The University of Tulsa's Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology is a 37-credit program that equips students with foundational skills in intervention, evaluation, and consultation. Graduates are prepared for entry-level clinical positions in various settings and may pursue doctoral study or further training in related fields. The program emphasizes knowledge of psychological principles, empirically supported treatments, ethical standards, and cultural diversity.

Program Outline

Degree Overview:

The Master of Arts (M.A.) program in clinical psychology at the University of Tulsa is a 37-credit-hour degree program designed to provide students with foundational intervention, evaluation, and consultation skills. Graduates are prepared for entry-level clinical positions in agency, health-care, and organizational settings.


  • Develop familiarity with basic psychological knowledge in four core areas: biological bases of behavior, lifespan development, social psychology theories and principles, cognitive psychology, emotions, or the historical development of psychology.
  • Acquire knowledge of empirically supported treatment modalities and assessment tools.
  • Understand academic, ethical, and professional standards for psychologists.
  • Gain knowledge of individual and cultural diversity and prepare for adapting supervised clinical activities.
  • Acquire skills that prepare students for doctoral study in clinical psychology or further training in related fields.


Clinical Psychology Core (18 Hours)

  • PSY 7153 Psychopathology
  • PSY 7113 Clinical Assessment: Intellectual
  • PSY 7193 Clinical Assessment: Personality
  • PSY 7223 Theory and Practice of Clinical Psychology
  • PSY 7543 Diversity, Ethics, Law, & Clinical Practice
  • PSY 8063 Introduction to Scientist-Practitioner-Based Psychotherapy

Methods (6 Hours)

  • PSY 7283 Statistical Methods for Research II
  • PSY 7343 Research Methods in Psychology

Practicum (7 Hours)

  • Must include PSY-7351 Applied Pre-Practicum
  • PSY 7351 Applied Pre-Practicum
  • PSY 8450-6 Practicum in Clinical Psychology

General Psychology Core (6 Hours Minimum)

  • Complete a minimum of 6 credit hours from the following courses:
  • PSY 6113 Cognitive and Affective Psychology
  • PSY 6483 Neuroscience and Psychopharmacology
  • PSY 6413 History of Psychology
  • PSY 6403 Theories of Personality
  • PSY 7043 Advanced Social Psychology