Q:Can you please name just a few subjects that will study in a doctorate in clinical psychology program?
A:The curriculum of a doctorate in clinical psychology will entail a number of subjects. These subjects cover in details each aspect of the field, equipping you with advanced knowledge and skill. Some subjects are: psychopathology, research design and methodology, theories of psychotherapy, statistical applications, social bases of behavior, and more. It is important to remember that the curriculum and coursework may slightly vary from college to college.
Q:I would like to know what major subjects I will study in a Doctoral in Clinical Psychology program?
A:A Doctoral in Clinical Psychology degree is a post graduate program. The course contents include a variety of subjects such as the following: life span development, cognitive and intellectual assessment, health and dysfunction, psychopathology, community service, basic intervention, issues and ethics, group psychotherapy, and family therapy. The curriculum may vary slightly from college to college.