Psychology Department

Graduate Programs

MA Clinical
Director: Dr. Molly Maxfield
Phone: 719-255-3778
Location: Columbine Hall 4041

The Clinical track of the Master of Arts in Psychology is an adult-focused program that follows the Boulder scientist/practitioner training model which emphasizes the integrated roles of science and practice. Training in the applied skills of clinical assessment and intervention requires a thorough understanding of the range of human functioning. 

MA Psychological Science
Director: Dr. Edie Greene
Phone: 719-255-4147
Location: Columbine Hall 4021

The Psychological Science track of the Master of Arts in Psychology provides the student with a solid foundation in psychological research. The program includes coursework in Psychological Science design, research methodology, and statistics.

PhD Geropsychology
Director: Dr. Molly Maxfield
Phone: 719-255-3778
Location: Columbine Hall 4041

The APA accredited doctoral program in Geropsychology trains students according to the scientist-practitioner model in mental health diagnosis, assessment, and intervention for adults and older adults, and in basic and applied research on the psychological functioning of adults and aging individuals. Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared to work in a range of settings, including mental health clinics and clinical practices, hospitals, nursing homes, colleges and universities, state offices, research institutes, and as consultants to a wide variety of housing and social service providers to adults and older adults.

PhD Trauma
Director: Dr. Chip Benight
Phone: 719-255-4180
Location: Columbine Hall 4017

The APA accredited doctoral program in Trauma Psychology trains students according to the scientist-practitioner model in mental health diagnosis, assessment, and intervention for adults who have experienced traumas, and in basic and applied research on the psychological functioning of adults with a trauma history. Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared to work in a range of settings, including mental health clinics and clinical practices, hospitals, VA's, colleges and universities, state offices, research institutes, and as consultants to a wide variety of other professional and community providers of services to adults who are trauma survivors.

College of Letters, Arts & Sciences | Psychology Department
Phone: (719) 255-4661 | Location: Columbine Hall 4035 | psych@uccs.edu
Department Chair Dr. Mike Kisley | Phone: (719) 255-4177 | mkisley@uccs.edu
Administrative Contact: Ms. Laura Chandler | Phone: (719) 255-4661 | lchandl2@uccs.edu
 
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