AUSB’s Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology (MACP) Program

Students interested in the Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology should:

  • Take basic psychology courses (especially Child Development, Abnormal Psychology, Theories of Personality, Counseling Theory) and receive satisfactory or above evaluations.
  • Acquire experience in counseling or some similar role.
  • Acquire experience as a client in psychotherapy.
  • Work on writing skills throughout the undergraduate program.
  • Obtain at least one letter of recommendation from an Antioch faculty member who knows them personally (Core Faculty is best).

 

 

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