Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology (MACP)
The Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology is an applied psychology program designed to prepare culturally sensitive individuals who want to be professionally licensed as Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT) and/or as Professional Clinical Counselors (LPCC). The program meets the educational and training requirements of the Board of Behavioral Sciences for professional licensure as specified in the CA Business and Professional Code Section 4980.36. As part of their curriculum students earn a portion of the 3,000 hours of supervised clinical experience required for an MFT license. Clinical Experience for LPCC licensure accrues post-graduation.
Antioch’s Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Program is designed for a diverse student body, including working adults. Classes are offered in three-hour blocks in the daytime and evenings. Additionally, some classes are offered online and on weekends, enabling students who follow the required course of full-time study to complete their degree in 24 months. Many flexible options are available, including half-time study.