PSYC6525Clinical Comprehensive Examination0 ch
The purpose of the comprehensive examination is to provide students with an opportunity to demonstrate the integration of theory, practice, and evaluation in an applied or clinical context based on the scientist-practitioner framework. The aim is to contribute to and evaluate the student’s depth and breadth of preparation in the content, methodology, and theory of clinical psychology. The examination will evaluate students’ competencies in reference to the program’s values and principles. Students are also expected to demonstrate a broad and critical understanding of major trends and controversies in the field. The comprehensive examination is a closed book written exam completed on a single day in mid April. Students are referred to the Guidelines for the Clinical Ph.D. Comprehensive Examination in the Graduate Student Handbook for further details. Required Course.

Prerequisites: none.