Study human behavior and solve problems as a scientist-practitioner in health services psychology.
As mental health challenges grow, the need for science-based practices and scientifically-based practitioners will continue to increase. UND's Clinical Psychology Ph.D. is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). The doctoral program prepares you to work in a variety of contexts in behavioral/clinical science and mental health practice.
- Program type:
- Doctoral Degree
- On Campus
- Est. time to complete:
- 4-6 years
- Credit hours:
Why earn a doctorate in psychology?
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at UND
Work closely with experts in the field and licensed professional in the community.
Conduct original and collaborative research.
Delve into research at the Northern Prairie Community Clinic (NPCC).
Earn a stipend as a part-time graduate teaching assistant, and later, off-site clinical supervisee.
Conduct psychological evaluations and perform mental health interventions under the supervision of licensed psychologists.
Complete up to four years of supervised practicum training followed by a full-year clinical internship. You can complete both a master's thesis and a Ph.D. dissertation.
What can you do with a Ph.D. in psychology?
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology Courses
Lead Your Own Way
Follow your passion and develop the comprehensive skills to lead in clinical psychology at UND.