Part time Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology in Los Angeles in USA

Compare Part time PhD Programs in Psychology in Los Angeles USA 2017

Psychology

A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, is a doctorate awarded by a university to the academic who has met all necessary qualifications and can now be considered a doctor in his or her academic field.

A Psychology PhD is required if you want to open your own private practice. In most cases, you will need this level of degree if you want to teach and conduct research at a university level.

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Ph.D in Clinical Psychology (Rosemead School of Psychology)

Biola University
Campus Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Los Angeles

Normally, four years of residency are required unless transfer of credit is brought in and advanced standing granted. While the doctorate is not awarded simply or completion of stated course work, there are basic unit requirements for the degree (133 semester hours). [+]

Ph.D in Clinical Psychology (Rosemead School of Psychology)

Normally, four years of residency are required unless transfer of credit is brought in and advanced standing granted.  While the doctorate is not awarded simply or completion of stated course work, there are basic unit requirements for the degree (133 semester hours).  Each student has a faculty advisor who assists in the planning of each semester's schedule of courses and supervises the student's progress in the program. 

Psychology: Psy.D. students must complete a minimum of 76 semester hours of psychology.  These 76 units must include 46 required psychology units, 18 units of practicum and 12 units of elective psychology courses.  Students may apply up to 6 units of graduate coursework from the School of Intercultural Studies toward the total psychology hours requirement.... [-]