Union PsyD Closing

Discussion in 'Nursing and medical-related degrees' started by Jonathan Whatley, May 27, 2014.

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  1. Jonathan Whatley

    Jonathan Whatley New Member

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    Psy.D. with a concentration in Clinical Psychology

    This is Union's only doctorate with a title in or close to "psychology." It was announced in late 2005 with a first cohort to start in 2006. Its "development was guided by the American Psychological Association (APA) accreditation standards", but it never received APA accreditation.
     
  2. DxD=D^2

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    I think Union is too expensive... It could have had a better chance if it lowered tuition, which may have attracted more potential students.
     
  3. Rich Douglas

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    There was a time when about 80% of Union doctoral learners were studying psychology. Most, but certainly not all, had an eye on licensure and 3rd-party payments. This was before Union set up a separate school for psychology, and each learner prepared his/her own unique curriculum.

    The Union Steve Levicoff and I attended died after the Ohio Board of Regents eviscerated it 12 years ago, at least at the doctoral level.
     
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    Union is stupid expensive. On a separate note, Rich Douglas is one post away from 10,000 posts. :party:
     

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