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Joseph Case, Psy.D. student, was nominated for the 2015-2016 Outstanding Service to Students Mentor Award for SKyCTC.

Dr. Bill Pfohl leads a workshop in Lithuania on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

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2003 School Psychology graduate Kara Stanley won the Best Practices award at the Kentucky Association for Psychology in the Schools conference.

Department of Psychology Graduate Programs

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Doctor of Psychology in Applied Psychology

The mission of the program is to train competent doctoral-level practitioner/scholars who have core foundations in interpersonal and scientific skills and mastery of clinical practice and evidence-based interventions, and who can apply their knowledge and skills within a range of settings, including rural and underserved populations.

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Specialist in Education

The Ed.S. in School Psychology prepares students to deliver psychological services in diverse educational settings. These services include individual child evaluations, program evaluation, problem – solving consultation, and academic, behavioral and counseling interventions.)

Master of Arts

The Master of Arts, Clinical Psychology Concentration, prepares students to pursue careers in clinical settings, and/or to enter a doctoral program. 

Applying to the Ed.S. or M.A.

Unless otherwise indicated, applicants to the M.A Clinical concentration should have a statistics and research methodology course; a background in psychology; a minimum GRE Verbal score of 146 and a minimum GRE Quantitative score of 141; an overall Grade Point Average of 2.75 and a Psychology Grade Point Average of 3.00. Beyond these minimum requirements, selection is competitive.

In addition to the minimum GPA and GRE requirements, applicants to the Clinical concentration and School Psychology program should have course work in either abnormal or personality psychology.  Applicants should also submit an affidavit affirming that they have never been convicted or charged with a felony crime. A criminal background check  will be required of successful applicants who have an assistantship. It will be completed during the first semester of graduate study at the applicant's expense.

The application and affidavit forms are available online. Please note that there are additional requirements for international students. The application deadline for the Department of Psychology is March 1.  For priority consideration, applications must be received by this deadline.

Applicants should submit:

All application materials should be sent to the Graduate School:

Western Kentucky University
The Graduate School
1906 College Heights Blvd., #11010
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1010
Fax:  270-745-6950

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