Doctoral Respecialization Curriculum

Based upon the student’s background, a DRP curriculum is tailored to include both academic work and clinical training experiences (16-24 hours per week) appropriate for licensure. The program generally is completed in two to three years (about 60 course units).

Typical course requirements for a respecialization student include:

  • Clinical and Ethical Issues
  • Theory and Technique of Clinical Practice
  • Intelligence Assessment
  • Psychodiagnostic Assessment
  • Advanced Clinical Seminars
  • Advanced Clinical Skills
  • Psychopharmacology

Depending upon the individual’s background, some of the following additional may be included:

  • Psychopathology
  • Observation and Interviewing
  • Intercultural Awareness
  • Sociocultural Diversity
  • Supervision/Consultation/Management

For more information on the prerequisites and courses for this program, please refer to the academic catalog.