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Just passing along that the Clinical Psychology M.A. program at the University of Dayton is still accepting applications for the Fall 2020 cohort. The primary aim of this small (~4-6), selective M.A. program is to facilitate future admission into clinical psychology doctoral programs; therefore students with the goal of becoming a mental health practitioner at the master's level would not be a good fit. More information, including DCT contact information, can be found on the Clinical Psychology program website. Interested students are encouraged to submit applications ASAP, and no later than M
Hey all, It has been a long time since I've been to this forum, but I thought I would write this post to share my experiences as an anthro major in undergrad to getting my MA through the MAPSS program at UChicago, and where I am now, in case any of you are wondering if it's worth it, or are just looking for some perspective in a field that is only getting more difficult to make something of, both academically and professionally. Please note that this review/perspective is from someone who decided *NOT* to pursue a PhD, but instead chose a non-academic career path. Maybe you can rela