The Master of Arts in Applied Clinical Psychology is a research-based degree with practical applications—and employment flexibility. A Penn State graduate degree in clinical psychology is attractive to employers and doctoral programs alike, and offers you more opportunity than a degree solely focused on counseling. Preparation for the Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) designation is an option for our M.A. graduates, and so are doctoral study, teaching, research, and mental-health administration.
An M.A. in Applied Clinical Psychology makes it possible for you to work in outpatient settings, inpatient settings, partial hospitalization programs, clinics, mental health agencies, human service agencies, community service agencies, colleges and universities, schools, prisons, consultancies, drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs, and research laboratories.
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For additional information about academic requirements, contact:
Dr. Wilson Brown
Program Coordinator and Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology
For admissions information, contact:
Associate Director, Graduate Admissions
866-374-3378 (toll free)