Clinical psychology takes general psychology a step ahead. While psychologists study the fundamentals of mental behaviors and processes, clinical psychologists apply these principles in real-world situations. They translate basic concepts into practical approaches that are used to diagnose and treat mental illnesses or disorders in patients. This program is designed to prepare professionals at graduate levels as clinical psychologists, child psychologists, clinical case managers, counseling psychologists, medical psychologists, psychotherapists, rehabilitation psychologists, school psychologists, and substance abuse counselors.
The University welcomes applications from students who have successfully completed up to Grade 12 schooling. The more specific criteria follow: