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MAClinical Psychology (Non-Thesis)

Tuition fee $3,250.00 per year
More information

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Overview

The goal of the Non-Thesis Master’s Program in Psychology is to prepare individuals to become highly qualified practitioners in the field of applied psychology. The program has two concentration areas: Clinical Psychology and Couple and Family Therapy. Its primary aim is to train students to

• analyze the similarities and differences among the approaches and models developed to alleviate behavioral, relational and/or emotional problems,
• interpret, criticize and adapt the results of research carried in the area of psychology in general and clinical psychology or couple and family therapy in particular,
• execute scientifically supported approaches in clinical (i.e., cognitive, cognitive/behavioral, behavioral) or couple and family therapy to psychotherapeutic applications, and
• act in accordance with professional ethics.

Student of the Non-Thesis MA Program in Psychology have the opportunity to carry out psychotherapeutic applications at the Psychology Training Laboratory which is exclusively designed and equipped for live and taped supervision. This facility offers a new model of internship; students begin to work at the Laboratory with their supervisors as of the second or third semester of their graduate program. Those specializing in couple and family therapy are required to follow the “in-house internship” program for three consecutive semesters while those specializing in clinical psychology are expected the conclude their “in-house internship” in two consecutive semesters. All graduate students are also required to complete one semester of “field internship” at an appropriate site to be eligible for graduation.

The language of instruction is Turkish.

Programme structure

Students specializing in clinical psychology have to complete 34 credit hours of course work. “In house internship” is considered part of the course work. They have to fulfill their one semester-long “field internship” requirement and submit a graduation project.

Students specializing in couple and family therapy program have to complete 37 credit hours of course work. “In house internship” is considered part of the course work. They have to fulfill their one semester-long “field internship” requirement and submit a graduation project.

Apply now! Fall semester 2018
Application deadline
Nov 15, 2017 23:59 (GMT)
Studies commence
Sep 25, 2018
Apply now! Winter 2018
Application start
Nov 15, 2017
Application deadline
Jan 16, 2018 23:59 (GMT)
Studies commence
Feb 13, 2018

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States