Phd in clinical psychology in University of connecticut
The mission of the Program is to train psychologists who can use psychological theory and methods of empirical inquiry with sophistication. Program objectives are to graduate new generations of professionals who (a) possess specialized and expert knowledge about multiple areas of normal and abnormal psychological functioning, (b) can create and implement innovative psychological strategies and procedures that will help to promote human welfare, (c) can evaluate the efficacy of such innovative approaches, (d) hold self-critical and self-corrective attitudes toward all their scientific and clinical endeavors, and (e) will promote scientific and professional excellence.
Transcripts, Personal Statement of Purpose, English Proficiency: TOEFL score of 79 (Internet-based test iBT) or 550 (Paper-based test PBT), IELTS score of 6.5, 53 or higher on the PTE, Official Score Report of the General GRE (Graduate Record Exam)
Clinical Psychologist, Health Psychologist, Neuropsychologist