carlyhylton Posted January 9, 2011 Share Posted January 9, 2011 I'm a Canadian second year student researching Ph.D, Psy.D and terminal Master's programs. I've recently been looking at terminal Master's programs and came across a ''Clinical Psych for Spanish/English Bilinguals'' program offered at Montclair State University in New Jersey. http://www.montclair.edu/graduate/programs/masters/epsb.php Upon looking further into the program the program is a MA in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Clinical Psychology for Spanish/English bilinguals. Looking at the required courses the degree looks more comparable to a Master's in Clinical psych than a Master's in Educational psych but I am no expert. Considering that (in no particular order)... My ultimate goal is a doctorate in Clinical psych and preferably a Ph.DThat my ultimate goal would be to work as a Clinical Psychologist in the public sector and probably a hospital setting, and go on missions with MSF (Doctors without borders)That I am pursuing a trilingual (spanish/english/french) degree in Psychology at a ''top ten'' university in CanadaThat MSF looks for trilingual (especially Spanish/English/French) psychologistsBUT the fact that it is a MA in Educational Psych might be a concernBUT the reputation of the university might not be amazing...do you think this program would be a good program to pursue (if I am accepted to this program and no Ph.D programs)? Thanks in advance ( : Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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