A master’s degree in Clinical Psychopharmacology prepares licensed psychologists to prescribe medications safely and effectively in locations where they have legal prescriptive authority. The program combines studies of medication, management, and biopsychosocial treatment.
Professional psychologists and doctors can use this degree to specialize and enhance their career or transfer into a more research-oriented role. Students gain a unique perspective on health care by studying the intersection of medical and psychological knowledge.
Courses cover topics such as:
- Special populations
- Physical assessment
- Bachelor's degree in psychology or related behavioral science degree
- Official transcripts
- Minimum 3.0 GPA
- Resume / CV
- Letter(s) of recommendation
School Accreditation Statement
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission