Augsburg’s PsyD is a legacy program of the former Minnesota School of Professional Psychology’s PsyD in Clinical Psychology. It is a full-time, year-round, five-year, and on-campus program that aims to educate and train students following the practitioner-scholar model, so that they will be able to function effectively as health service psychologists. To ensure that students are adequately prepared, the curriculum is designed to provide for meaningful integration of psychological research, theory, and clinical practice with diverse individuals within a broad spectrum of contexts. The program emphasizes the development of knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential for psychologists who are committed to the ethical provision of quality, evidence-based psychological services, including therapy, assessment, consultation, and supervision. Interpersonal and multicultural competency are foundational elements of our program.
Augsburg Clinical Psychology Program Virtual Tour
Visit the audio described version of the Augsburg Clinical Psychology Program Virtual Tour
Standards and Evaluations
- Training to fill the professional role of a licensed, health service psychologist.
- Evaluation of performance and competence across multiple dimensions.
- Review and evaluation of student’s cognitive, emotional, psychological, and interpersonal functioning and development.
- Learning and practicing the highest ethical standards for psychologists.