What is Clinical Psychology?
Clinical Psychology integrates science, theory, and practice to understand, predict, and reduce maladjustment, disability, and distress as well as to support personal development. Clinical Psychology is a broad approach to human problems consisting of diagnosis, assessment, evaluation, consultation, treatment, prevention and research with regard to various populations (children, adults, families, couples and groups).
Level: Graduate Studies (M.A.)
Duration: 2 years (4 semesters)
IELTS 6.0; CAE 47-51; TOEFL iBT 69-70;
TOEFL Computer-based 196; TOEFL Paper-based 525
Who May Apply?
The Clinical Psychology specialization is a good choice for students interested in mental and behavioral health, who want to help others to understand and overcome psychologically based distress and prevent emotional and social dysfunction in daily life. The graduate program is appropriate for students who hold an undergraduate degree in Psychology or another field of study with little exposure to Psychology. Students falling into the latter category are obliged to complete supplementary undergraduate psychology modules (i.e. Personality Psychology, Psychology of Emotion or Developmental Psychology), which will be assigned upon admission. These modules are provided free of charge and should be completed during the first year of studies.