The Doctoral Program in Counseling Psychology is designed to build on previous training in psychology and prepare professionals for a variety of work settings. Primarily, Psy.D. graduates pursue licensure for the practice of psychology and provide counseling, psychotherapy, assessment, supervision, administration, teaching and evaluation.
This interdisciplinary, collaborative program is tailored for working professionals. It is premised on a broadly liberal arts set of theoretical assumptions and a case-based approach to real-life leadership issues and practices.
In this program, learn to create successful strategies for change. Students learn to apply advanced research methods, behavioral science approaches and leading practices to the day-to-day and strategic needs of an organization.
The University of St. Thomas School of Law has established itself not only as an outstanding law school but also as an exceptional place to be a law student. The School of Law was ranked from number 1 to number 4 for the “Best Quality of Life for Students” by the Princeton Review for five straight years from 2004 to 2009.