College of Education and Allied Professions

Psychology Graduate Programs

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The Department of Psychology offers three distinct graduate programs. The Clinical Psychology program and the General-Experimental Psychology program both offer a Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in General Psychology. The School Psychology program offers a Specialist in School Psychology degree. These graduate programs offer unique and excellent opportunities for hands-on research in laboratory and applied settings, as well as engagement with community agencies (e.g., schools, mental health clinics, hospitals). Our graduate students work collaboratively with faculty mentors to create educational experiences based on their professional goals and interests.

The Annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition sponsored by the Graduate School will be held this year on November 17th from 12:00 - 1:00PM.

Clinical Psychology General Experimental Psychology School Psychology

Contact and Admissions Information

The WCU Graduate School provides more information about the psychology graduate programs and how to apply to the WCU Graduate School.

For more information about the Clinical Psychology program, contact Dr. Kia Asberg.

For more information about the General-Experimental Psychology program, contact Dr. Thomas Ford.

For more information about the School Psychology program, contact Dr. Candace Boan-Lenzo.

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