Dual Degree in Clinical and Developmental Psychology
Students who wish to pursue a graduate degree with training in both clinical (child track) and developmental psychology may do so through the pursuit of the Dual Emphasis option. This program is the equivalent of training in the area of developmental psychopathology. Interested students must be officially admitted into either the clinical or developmental training areas within the Department of Psychological Sciences. Then, in the spring of their first year of study, students must apply to (and be accepted into) the other training area. Interested students should read the policy handbook below or contact one of the co-directors with questions.
- Dr. Deborah Bell, Clinical Co-Director, Dual Degree Program
106B McAlester Hall
- Dr. Nicole Campione-Barr, Developmental Co-Director, Dual Degree Program
204D McAlester Hall
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