The Combined - Integrated Doctoral Program in Clinical and School Psychology at James Madison University is an innovative, applied psychology program that leads to the awarding of the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D./Ph.D.)** degree and eligibility for licensure as a clinical psychologist and licensure/certification as a school psychologist. The C-I program is designed to prepare students to be leaders in the provision of comprehensive psychological services for diverse people across the lifespan. It is specifically designed for students already possessing graduate degrees in mental health fields (such as clinical, school, or counseling psychology) who wish to further their training and become leaders and advocates in the dynamic field of mental health. Most students complete the program in four years (three years of on-campus coursework and a one year internship).
**In 2011 we began the Ph.D. program, but we are still continuing the Psy.D. program for students who entered prior to 2011. All students accepted to enter the program will be entering the PhD program. The PhD program will be seeking accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation in 2012. Read more details on why we are making the switch and what it means for the program.
- May 3