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Submission Number: 289
Submission ID: 289
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Created: Fri, 05/29/2020 - 12:09
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Contact Information

1311 E Central Dr
Meridian
Idaho
83642
United States
Idaho

Program Application Deadline

August 01, 2020
No
$65
Applications are currently accepted on a rolling basis.

Program Description

The MS in Clinical Psychopharmacology (MSCP) is a post-doctoral program designed to provide licensed psychologists with training in the use of medication as part of the treatment of psychological disorders. Prospective applicants should be licensed psychologists who have earned a doctoral degree in psychology from an accredited program and institution.
Located at Idaho State University-Meridian Sam and Aline Skaggs Health Science Center, the two-year program combines traditional classroom coursework with supervised clinical experience during the summer semesters.
A non-traditional, part-time route is also available for current practitioners. If a non-traditional route is desired, students should contact the program training director to determine an appropriate schedule to complete requirements, keeping in mind prerequisite and co-requisites.

Institution Information

Public
Yes
Fall

Degree Requirements

42
Clinical
Not Required
Required
Required
Not Required

Degree Information

On Campus
Psychiatric/Psychological Sciences
In the first year of the program, students will complete foundational courses in pharmacology and physical assessment. In the second year, students will complete integrated coursework in pharmacology and therapeutic treatment. Content in law, ethics, research, writing, and practice management will also be covered. Based on the requirements of Idaho state law and APA training recommendations, supervised clinical experiences will be required in both years of the curriculum.

Program Statistics

3
Last academic year-country of origin of the accepted students:
3
0
Last academic year-graduates job placement:
0
0
0
0
0
2

GRE and Other Tests

Yes
Not Required or Recommended
GRE scores can be waived if the student graduated from a doctoral program in psychology with a 3.5 GPA or above.
None
Prospective applicants to the MSCP program must have:
• A doctoral degree in psychology from an accredited program and institution
• Current licensure as a psychologist and have practiced as a health services provider as defined by state law, where applicable, or by the APA

Letters of Recommendation

Yes
2
• Two letters of professional recommendation from faculty or professional colleagues

Other Admission Requirements

3.0
Additionally, prospective applicants to the MSCP program must have:
• Official transcripts submitted with application materials (any coursework completed more than 7 years prior to applying to the program, will require special review and may not be accepted)
• A letter of intent with a brief statement explaining why the candidate wishes to pursue this degree at Idaho State University and how this would help them attain their professional goals
Yes

Financial Support

0
None
Idaho State University's Clinical Psychopharmacology Program participates in the Western Regional Graduate Program. The Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) is an agreement among WICHE 16 member states and territories, through which participating Western public universities allow WICHE-region students to attend select out-of-state graduate certificate, master’s, and doctoral programs – and pay up to 150 percent of resident tuition.

Background Checks and Drug Screenings

We are not a participating PharmGrad program
We are not a participating PharmGrad program