The Department of Psychology offers the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Counseling Psychology. Students typically complete Masters of Science degree in Psychology prior to the Doctorate in Counseling Psychology. Complete descriptions of the minimum requirements for these degrees are provided in the Graduate Degrees section of this catalog. Students are not accepted for a terminal master’s degree.
The Counseling Psychology Graduate Training Program at the University of Florida is one of five training programs offered in the Department of Psychology. The Program is accredited by the American Psychological Association. A predoctoral internship of one year is required. The Counseling Psychology Program at the University of Florida adheres to a generalist, scientist-practitioner training model that emphasizes education and training in the integration of theory, scientific thinking, assessment, research, and practice. This training model conceptualizes science and practice as inseparable and thus promotes practice that is science-based and science that is informed by practice. Furthermore, this training model promotes science and practice that consider individual, developmental, multicultural, and contextual perspectives and that emphasize human strengths with attention to aspects of psychopathology. A dedication to psychological science is essential.
Undergraduate preparation should include at least one course in experimental methods and one course in statistics. Other courses in psychology should include at least three or four of the following: cognition, developmental, learning, personality, physiological, sensory, and social. Applicants should have competitive GRE scores and GPA (3.5 or higher).
For more information, please see our website: http://psych.ufl.edu/index.php/counselingpsychology.
Degrees Offered with a Major in Counseling Psychology
- Doctor of Philosophy
Requirements for these degrees are given in the Graduate Degrees section of this catalog.
Psychology Departmental Courses
|CBH 6056||Comparative Psychology||3|
|CLP 6169||Seminar: Psychology and Deviant Behavior||3|
|DEP 6057||Advanced Developmental Psychology I||3|
|DEP 6058||Advanced Developmental Psychology II||3|
|DEP 6059||Seminar: Special Topics in Developmental Psychology||1-3|
|DEP 6099||Survey of Developmental Psychology||2-3|
|DEP 6406||Advanced Adulthood and Aging||3|
|DEP 6409||Seminar: Adult Development and Aging||3|
|DEP 6799||Current Research Methods in Developmental Psychology||3|
|DEP 7608||Theories of Developmental Psychology||3|
|EAB 6099||Survey of Behavior Analysis||2-3|
|EAB 6118||Theoretical Foundations of Behavior Analysis||3|
|EAB 6707||Applied Behavior I||3|
|EAB 6712||Experimental Psychopathology||3|
|EAB 6716||Behavior Analysis in Developmental Disabilities||3|
|EAB 6719||Seminar: Strategies and Tactics of Human Behavioral Research||3|
|EAB 6750||Quantitative Methods||3|
|EAB 6780||Ethics and Professional Issues||1-3|
|EAB 6937C||Seminar: Special Topics in Experimental Analysis of Behavior||1-4|
|EAB 6939||Seminar: Special Topics in Applied Behavior Analysis||1-3|
|EAB 7089||Advanced Seminar: Experimental Analysis of Behavior||3|
|EAB 7090||Verbal Behavior||3|
|EXP 6667||Methods and Research in Cognitive Neuroscience||3|
|EXP 6939||Seminar: Current Issues in Cognition and Sensory Processes||3|
|GEY 6905||Independent Study in Gerontology||1-3|
|PCO 6057||Psychology of Counseling I||3|
|PCO 6278||Diversity and Multiculturalism in Counseling Psychology||3|
|PCO 6316C||Psychological Assessment I||3|
|PCO 6317C||Psychological Assessment II||3|
|PCO 6931||History and Contemporary Issues in Counseling Psychology||3|
|PCO 6939||Seminar: Current Topics in Counseling Psychology||3|
|PCO 7217||Professional Ethics and Skills in Counseling Psychology||3|
|PCO 7537||Vocational Psychology||3|
|PCO 7944||Practicum in Counseling Psychology||1|
|PCO 7945||Advanced Practicum in Counseling Psychology||1|
|PCO 7949||Internship in Counseling Psychology||1|
|PSB 5445||Drug Use and Abuse||3|
|PSB 6076||Nobel Prizewinners in Neuroscience||1|
|PSB 6087||Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience I||3|
|PSB 6088||Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience II||3|
|PSB 6099||Survey of Physiological and Comparative Psychology||2-3|
|PSB 7248||Neurobehavioral Relations||3|
|PSB 7249||Seminar in Neural Mechanisms and Behavior||3|
|PSY 6608||History of Psychology||2-3|
|PSY 6826||Psychology of Eating and Obesity||3|
|PSY 6905||Individual Work||1-3|
|PSY 6910||Supervised Research||1-5|
|PSY 6930||Topics in Psychology||1-3|
|PSY 6939||Seminar: The Teaching of Psychology||1-3|
|PSY 6940||Supervised Teaching||0-3|
|PSY 6971||Research for Master's Thesis||1-15|
|PSY 7979||Advanced Research||1-12|
|PSY 7980||Research for Doctoral Dissertation||1-15|
|SOP 6099||Survey of Social Psychology||2-3|
|SOP 6219C||Advanced Research Techniques in Social-Personality Psychology||3|
|SOP 6409||Seminar: Current Topics in Social-Personality Psychology||3|
|SOP 6419||Seminar: Attitudes and Social Cognition||3|
|SOP 6929||Colloquium on Research in Social-Personality Psychology||1-3|
SLO 1 Knowledge
Students will describe, identify, and examine subject matter in psychology and counseling psychology, including knowledge of diversity issues and multicultural perspectives.
SLO 2 Knowledge
Students will define and identify ethical principles applicable to the field of psychology.
SLO 3 Skills
Students will apply research and statistical skills relevant to their area of concentration.
SLO 4 Skills
Students will apply counseling and therapy skills in the delivery of counseling and therapy services.
SLO 5 Skills
Students will teach and transmit psychological knowledge in the classroom.