Clinical Psychology Ph.D. with Major Area of Study in Geropsychology


Ph.D. Clinical Psychology

Program Mission

The program 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.

For further information, please contact the Graduate Program Assistant:

Mr. David DuBois
Program Assistant I
Psychology Department
Office: Columbine Hall 4037
Phone: (719) 255-4500

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Program Requirements
Required Coursework & Model Curriculum
Important Note about Personal Background Information
Program Goals, Objectives & Competencies
UCCS Aging Center
Admission Requirements
Student Admissions, Outcomes & Other Data
Application Materials & Deadlines
Contact Information
Comprehensive Exam
Graduate Student Handbook
Council of Professional Geropsychology Training Programs (CoPGTP)