College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Student Learning Outcomes
Students will know the legal and ethical responsibilities related to clinical practice; apply these in actual clinical situations.
Students will master the diagnostic and conceptual framework for mental disorders and related terminology; accurately diagnose actual clinical patients.
Students will apply a variety of dominant theoretical frameworks for describing personality, predicting behavior, treatment planning and guiding clinical interventions.
Students will employ therapeutic techniques from a variety of theoretical models for intervening with children, adolescents and adults in individual, family and group modalities.
Students will be sensitive to the influence of ethnicity and cultural values on clinical practice; consider cultural and ethnic influences while working with therapy cases.
*Retrieved from AMS February 5, 2021. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.