HELP OTHERS NAVIGATE CHALLENGES
with ACU’s Master of Science in Clinical Psychology
- Integrate faith, learning and practice by studying psychology from a Christian perspective.
- All courses required for licensure in Texas are included in our curriculum.
- Combine classroom and practicum training for a comprehensive, two-year educational experience.
By earning your Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from ACU, you can become more capable in the fields of individual and group counseling, clinical interviewing, psychological testing, professional issues and ethics, and more. You may pursue the Licensed Professional Counselor credential and begin a professional career in counseling, or use this degree as another step toward a doctoral program in psychology.
Which Psych Path Is Right For You?
Our four distinct graduate programs in Psychology can provide you both the general and specialized psychological knowledge you need to prepare for a career or further doctoral study.
In this video, associate professor Dr. David McAnulty describes what makes each of our psychology programs unique, and the aims of students within each one.Request Info
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Be a Part of Our Graduate Campus Community
As a graduate student at ACU, you join a group of individuals seeking even greater personal, professional, and spiritual fulfillment together. Professors with both academic and Christian expertise will guide you along the path to greater achievements. Your peers will often reach out to you for support, and you’ll find yourself reaching out to them, too.
Because we’re stronger when we walk together, ACU is uniquely equipped to educate the next generation of Christian leaders—men and women ready to apply their faith to their field of study and their chosen vocation.
Not only do our graduates engage the world as critical thinkers, creative problem-solvers, and global citizens, they’re a testament to the power of integrating faith and learning.