Dec 01, 2022  
Graduate 2021-2023 
    
Graduate 2021-2023

Department of Psychology


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Kiesa Kelly, Ph.D., Department Chair
Office: 303-C Clay Hall (Education Building)
(615) 963-5157

kkelly5@@tnstate.edu

The Psychology Department offers curricula leading to the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Psychology in two concentrations: Counseling Psychology and School Counseling; the Master of Science in Psychology degree with a concentration in Counseling Psychology; and a Master of Science in Professional School Counseling. The course offerings consist of a core of basic psychology courses common to the preparation of the student for work and certification or licensure (if required) in the area of specialization.

Note: Graduate degrees in Psychology are not an assurance of certification and/or licensure in the fields of psychology, counseling, and/or school counseling. Degrees are meant to be preparation only. Suggested additional course work and experience will be addressed in annually updated student handbooks and additional material(s). As informed consumers of education, students should always check the license and certification requirements in the state(s) or countries in which they plan to work.

Major: Psychology
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Concentrations: Counseling Psychology and School Psychology

Major: Psychology
Degree: Master of Science (M.S.)
Concentrations: Counseling Psychology

Major: Professional School Counseling
Degree: Master of Science (M.S.)
Concentrations: Pre-K-12 School Counseling

  

Programs

    MastersDoctoral

    Courses

      Psychology

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