PhD in Psychology with Emphasis in Clinical and Quantitative Psychology
Students in the Dual Emphasis Program pursue a graduate degree with training in both clinical and quantitative psychology. This program bridges the two training areas, combining intensive training in the area of quantitative psychology with the added benefit of intensive training in the research and practice of clinical psychology.
- 83 total hours of coursework
- Distribution courses from four different content area, including abnormal psychology, biological foundations, cognition and learning, developmental psychology, motivation and personality, and social psychology (12 hours)
- Training area courses (24 hours)
- Statistics (9 hours)
- Ethics and Professional Issues (1 hour)
- Completion of Masters
- Completion of comprehensive examination
- A written doctoral dissertation
- Oral examination on thesis research
To pursue the joint program, students must be officially admitted into both the clinical and quantitative training areas within the Department of Psychological Sciences and complete the requirements for both areas.
Applicants are required to meet two sets of minimum qualifications for admission: the requirements of the PhD in Psychology program and the minimum requirements of the Graduate School. Because requirements vary, you must refer to a degree program’s graduate admission page to learn about specific admission criteria, application deadlines, eligibility and application process. Before official admissions to the University of Missouri, your application materials will be reviewed by both the Graduate School and the degree program to which you’ve applied.