Doctoral Studies

Student Admissions, Outcomes, and Other Data

Time To Completion FOR ALL STUDENTS ENTERING THE PROGRAM

Student Admissions, Outcomes and Other Data

The program can be completed in 5 years of full-time graduate study and requires a Masters degree in counseling, clinical psychology, or closely related field as a pre-requisite to admission. Most current students are taking between 6 years and 7 years to completion, including pre-doctoral internship. If a student elects to complete a 2 year half-time pre-doctoral internship, it will take a minimum of 6 years to complete. Transfer students are not admitted into the program. Any applicant with questions about pre-requisites may contact Dr. Julia Phillips at j.c.phillips6@csuohio.edu or by phone at 216 875-9869. If a prospective student is missing a few of the pre-requisites from the masters degree, but otherwise qualifies for the program, that student may complete the missing pre-requisite courses early in their doctoral program, thus not extending the time required to complete the degree. Some newly admitted students elect to complete the pre-requisites in the summer before starting doctoral studies. Students who are deficient in several pre-requisites are likely to extend their programs if they do not begin to enroll in the pre-requisites at the beginning of doctoral studies.


Attrition

Student Admissions, Outcomes and Other Data

The program can be completed in 5 years of full-time graduate study and requires a Masters degree in counseling, clinical psychology, or closely related field as a pre-requisite to admission. Students typically take between 6 and 7 years to graduate, including pre-doctoral internship. Transfer students are not admitted into the program. Any applicant with questions about pre-requisites may contact Dr. Julia Phillips at j.c.phillips6@csuohio.edu or by phone at 216 875-9869. If a prospective student is missing pre-requisites from the masters degree, that student may complete the missing pre-requisite courses early in the program, thus not extending the time required to graduate. Some newly admitted students elect to complete pre-requisites in the summer before starting doctoral studies. Students who are deficient in several pre-requisites are likely to extend their programs if they do not begin to enroll in the pre-requisites at the beginning of doctoral studies.


Program Costs
Description 2018 -2019 1st year Cohort cost
Tuition for full - time Students (in-State) $17,454.40
Tuition for full - time Students (out-State) $25,192.00
Tuition per credit hour for part - time students (if applicable) N/A
University/institution fees or costs $2047.20
Additional estimated fees or costs to students(eg., books, travel etc.) $1500

The program strives to provide graduate assistantships, with or without tuition remission, for all first and second year students who request funding. In the 2018-2019 academic year, all students who requested assistance received some funding. Assistantships are given for one year and students must reapply on an annual basis. The Director of Training organizes student applications for assistantships and assists students as they apply for assistantships across campus. A variety of 10-20 hour graduate assistantships are available to students including research, teaching and professional service (i.e., University Counseling Center, University Disability Services). For 2018-2019, the minimum stipend for 10 hour assistantships is $2950 per semester. A 20 hour assistantship has a minimum stipend of $5900 per semester. These GA positions include nine credits of tuition per semester. Most students are funded for Fall and Spring semesters and some find summer funding, as well. 

 


Internships

Internship Placement - Table 1

Internship Placement

Internship Placement — Table 2

Student Admissions, Outcomes and Other Data

 


Licensure
Outcome 2008-2018
The total number of program graduates (doctoral degrees conferred on transcript) between 2 and 10 years ago 22
The number of these graduates (between 2 and 10 years ago) who became licensed psychologists in the past 10 years 15
Licensure percentage 68%