The College of Arts and Sciences Department of Psychology
206 Park Hall
Buffalo, New York, 14260, United States
The Clinical Psychology doctoral Program follows a clinical science model. Clinical science is defined as a psychological science directed at the promotion of adaptive functioning; at the assessment, understanding, amelioration, and prevention of human problems in behavior, affect, cognition, or health; and at the application of knowledge in ways consistent with scientific evidence.
Doctoral Degree, PhD, PhD
Graduate Enrollment Coordinator
Graduate Recruitment Officer
Assistant for Academics and Alumni Development
The Department of Psychology prepares graduate students to become leading scientists and to assume important positions in academic institutions, industry, and professional practice. We offer state-of-the-art education and intensive training in Clinical Psychology and are looking for students who seek to develop the necessary research skills to become leading scholars who push the bounds of psychological science. Although there are no set requirements for admission to the program, preference is given to students with a master’s or bachelor’s degree in psychology or related field and have been involved in research.