Clinical Psychology

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Clinical Psychology

A master’s degree in clinical psychology from Murray State University will prepare you for licensure or the certification necessary to practice psychology. But it also does so much more than that. As a clinical psychology student, you'll receive instruction in the field that includes both foundational courses and more concentrated studies of psychodiagnostics and psychotherapy. You’ll also have the opportunity to complete on-site training with adults, children, families and couples through our practicum courses. And that’s only the beginning.

College of Humanities and Fine Arts

Department of Psychology

Average class size



Main campus

Clubs and Internships

You'll complete two semesters (600 hours) of supervised clinical practicum in the Murray State Psychological Center for hands-on experience in the field. And, of course, don’t forget to check out the Psychology Club and our chapter of the Psi Chi international psychology honor society.

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