Master of Science in Psychology Accreditation
The Master of Science in Clinical/Counseling Psychology is accredited by the Masters in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council (MPCAC) through December 31, 2026.
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Annual Summary Data from Post Master’s Supervisors and Employers
On an annual basis, the Master of Science in Clinical/Counseling Program collects data that evaluates graduate competency across 11 clinical dimensions. The data collected via this survey is used to better inform our program’s academic and training practices by evaluating how our graduates are performing in professional and clinical settings upon completion of the degree.
- Assessment of Client Problems
- Assessment of Treatment Outcomes
- Case Conceptualization
- Treatment Planning
- Development of Therapeutic Alliance
- Counseling Techniques and Intervention
- Use of Evidence-Based Practices
- Effective Use of Supervision
- Working with a multi-disciplinary team
- Effective Work with Diverse Populations
Based on feedback received from our 2020-2021 report, recent graduates from our program were identified as average or above-average across the 11 dimensions. Feedback from this survey tells us that clinical competencies and outcomes set for the program are still being applied post-academic training.
University stakeholders can view the full report upon request. Please contact the Director, Dr. Nichelle Jackson-Gause, at email@example.com to request the report.