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  Oct 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-18 Graduate Catalog

Department of Graduate Psychology


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Phone: 540-568-6439
Website: www.psyc.jmu.edu/gradpsyc

Department Head
Dr. Robin Anderson

Assessment and Measurement Graduate Program Director
Dr. Deborah Bandalos

Clinical and Mental Health Counseling Program/School Counseling/Counseling and Supervision Graduate Program Director
Dr. Debbie Sturm

College Student Personnel Administration Graduate Program Co-Directors
Dr. Joshua Bacon
Ms. Donna Harper

Combined-Integrated Clinical and School Psychology Graduate Program Co-Directors
Dr. Kenneth Critchfield

Psychological Sciences Graduate Program Director
Dr. Jeff Dyche

School Psychology Graduate Program Director
Dr. Tammy Gilligan

Professors
R. Anderson, D. Bandalos, J. Brewster, E. Cowan, C. DeMars, L. Echterling, S. Finney, T. Gilligan, R. Harmison, G. Henriques,
M. Kielty, B. Marcopulos, D. Pastor, T. Schulte, C. Shealy, A. R. Staton, A. Stewart, T. Stokes, M. Stoloff, A. Trice,
P. Warner

Associate Professors
K. Critchfield, J. Dyche, K. Fulcher, S. J. Horst, D. Kipps-Vaughan, C. Meixner, E. Savina, L. Sternberger, D. Sturm

Assistant Professors
A. Ames, J. Bacon, K. Fogler, D. Ford, J. Hathcoat, J. McConnel

Instructors
D. Barnes, H. Brown, J. Cline, G. Griffin, T. Hakala, D. Harper, R. Mitchell

Application Dates

Refer to individual programs for application requirements. Programs may require a criminal history check as part of the final admissions process.

Assessment and Measurement Doctoral Program
The application date for the fall semester is January 15. All application forms and supporting materials are due at this time.

Combined-Integrated Clinical and School Psychology Doctoral Program
The application date for the fall semester is February 1. All application forms and supporting materials are due at this time.

Counseling and Supervision Doctoral Program
The application date for the fall semester is January 15. The program will give preference to applications received by that date. The committee conducts screening interviews in late February and early March.

Counseling: Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling
The application date for the fall semester is January 15. The program will give preference to applications received by that date. The committee conducts screening interviews in late February and early March.

Counseling: College Student Personnel Administration
The application date for the fall semester is January 15. The program will give preference to applications received by this date. The committee conducts screening interviews in February.

Counseling: School Psychology
The application date for the fall semester is January 15. The program will give preference to applications received by that date. The committee conducts screening interviews in February.

Psychological Sciences
The application date for the fall semester is January 4. All application forms and supporting materials are due at this time. The program conducts screening interviews in February.

School Psychology
The application date for the fall semester is February 1. The program will give preference to applications received by that date. The committee conducts required oncampus screening interviews in late February and early March.

Mission

Our mission is to transform students into outstanding practitioners and scholars of psychology and counseling. We work to create a community that celebrates diversity and creativity, and that values learning, scholarship and service to others.

Overview

James Madison University offers eight graduate programs designed for individuals who want to pursue advanced training in psychology and counseling. These programs share the goals of academic enrichment, refinement of research skills, development of applied skills, and personal and professional growth.

Programs

Doctoral Programs

  • Assessment and Measurement (Ph.D.)
  • Combined-Integrated Clinical and School Psychology (Psy.D.)
  • Counseling and Supervision (Ph.D.)

Counseling Programs

The Graduate Psychology Department offers M.A./Ed.S. and M.Ed. degrees in Counseling with three available concentrations:

  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.,Ed.S.)
  • College Student Personnel Administration (M.Ed.)
  • School Counseling (M.Ed.)

Psychological Sciences and School Psychology Programs

  • Psychological Sciences (M.A.)
  • School Psychology (M.A., Ed.S.)

Programs

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