Program Entry Tracks

Post Bachelor’s Degree Entry Track

The post bachelor’s degree entry point is for prospective students who do not have a master’s degree in psychology. This track requires a total of 5 years to complete. Students graduate with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology; they also earn a non-licensable Master’s Degree in Psychology after completion of the second year of the doctoral program (completion of 71 units).

Qualified applicants should be high achieving students with an undergraduate degree in psychology, or substantial coursework in psychology, work experience in the field or a master’s degree in another discipline, with a required minimum 3.2 grade-point average (or with outstanding narrative evaluations for those earning the master’s degree at Antioch University or other institutions that do not award grades). In exceptional circumstances applicants with a lower GPA will be considered if they have special aptitudes in other areas.

 

Post Master’s Degree Entry Track

The post master’s degree entry track is for students who have completed a master’s degree in psychology or closely related discipline. Those students enter the program with advanced standing and begin their courses in Year 2 of the program. Students who enter with advanced standing are required to demonstrate that they have competed comparable courses to those required of Year 1 students.

Completion of an earned master’s degree in psychology or related discipline from a regionally accredited institution with a required minimum 3.2 grade-point average (or with outstanding narrative evaluations for those earning the master’s degree at Antioch University or other institutions that do not award grades). In exceptional circumstances applicants with a lower GPA will be considered if they have special aptitudes in other areas.