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Benedictine University

Master of Science in Clinical Psychology

Benedictine University, Lisle, Illinois


Overview


Educating the Leaders of Tomorrow

Address

College of Liberal Arts
5700 College Road
Lisle, Illinois, 60532, United States


Academics

Summary

MS in Clinical Psychology at Benedictine provides the opportunity to pick from three subspecialties to better prepare you for your own professional goals. These include the child subspecialty, marriage and family subspecialty, and an addictions subspecialty. The program also prepares students for both the Illinois Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) exam, and the Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) exam. We have gone through some changes recently, as we are transitioning from a quarter system to a semester system here. This means that our program takes less credits to complete now, saving our students time and money. Our program has gone from 90 required credits to 60 credits, made up by 53 credit hours of coursework and 7 credit hours devoted to internship work. As a fun fact, there is no fee to apply.

Academic Fields
    Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology, Other.
    Applied Psychology.
    Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling.
    Community Health Services/Liaison/Counseling.
Degrees
    Master's, MS, M.S. Clinical Psychology
    Formats

    Full Time, Part Time, On-Campus, Evening or Weekend

    Keywords

    Psychology, Therapist, Mental Health


    Admissions

    Summary
    Pre-requisite courses include: - Intro Psychology - Basic Statistics - Abnormal Psychology Students with a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher are exempt from MAT exam scores As part of the admissions process, students are required to submit: - 1-2 page Goal Statement - 1-2 page Autobiographical - Current Resume - 4 References, Professional or Academic - Official Transcripts
    Academic Backgrounds
      Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology, Other.
      Clinical Psychology.
      Community Psychology.
      Psychology, General.

    Contacts

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    Rosa Alvarado

    Director of Graduate Admissions
    ralvarado@ben.edu
    16308296316

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    Caroline Pluta

    admissions@ben.edu
    630-829-6311