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Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in School-Clinical Child Psychology (110 credits total)Degree Requirements First Year (Fall) (12 credits)PSY 501 Introduction to School-Clinical Child Psychology I 0PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0PSY 704 Advanced Developmental Psychology 3PSY 717 The Psychology of Learning: Theory and Applications 3PSY 721 Tests and Measurements 3PSY 725 Advanced Personality Theories 3First Year (Spring) (13 credits)PSY 502 Introduction to School-Clinical Child Psychology II 0PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0PSY 703 Psychological Assessment I 4PSY 710 Psychopathology in Childhood and Adolescence 3PSY 722 Counseling Theory and Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention Techniques 3PSY 727 Learning Disabilities-Diagnosis and Remediation: Theory and Practice 3At the end of the first year, students are required to take the Qualifying Examination. Students must pass the examination in order to proceed to the second year of study. Students are allowed to take the Qualifying Examination a maximum of two times.Second Year (Fall) (14 credits)PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0EDU 701 The Exceptional Child: Field Experience and Seminar 3PSY 707 Psychological Assessment II 4PSY 715 Statistics and Research Design I 4PSY 737 Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy 3Second Year (Spring) (13 credits)PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0EDU 702 The Exceptional Child: Field Experience and Seminar 3PSY 712 Advanced Physiological Psychology 3PSY 713 Psychological Assessment III 4PSY 723 Advanced Social Psychology 3Second Year (Summer) (6 credits)PSY 720 Integrating Seminar 3EDU - Elective (graduate level education course) 3Note: Candidates who want New Jersey School Psychology Certification should consult with the program director.Third Year (Fall) (13 credits)PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0PSY 711 Intervention Techniques I: Psychodynamic Perspectives 3PSY 734 Consultation 3PSY 750 School Psychology Internship: Ethics and Seminar 4PSY 759 Early Childhood and Infant Assessment 3Students must pass the comprehensive examination in order to proceed to further doc-toral study. Students are allowed to take the Comprehensive Examination a maximum of two times. Third Year (Spring) (14 credits)PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0PSY 716 Statistics and Research Design II 4PSY 751 School Psychology Internship: Ethics and Seminar 4PSY 777 History and Systems in Psychology 3PSY 810 Adult Psychopathology 3Third Year (Summer) (3 credits)PSY 876 Multicultural/Gender Issues 3Fourth Year (Fall) (10 credits)PSY 509 Practicum 0PSY 726 Theoretical Perspectives on Assessment- Intervention Skill Integration 3PSY 821 School-Clinical Child Psychology Internship: Practice and Seminar 3PSY 834 Doctoral Project Seminar 1Elective Choices: (choose one)PSY 829 Family Interventions 3PSY 844 Advanced Topics in School-Clinical Child Psychology: 3 Parenthood and Parent-Child Relations or PSY 874 Group Interventions 3Fourth Year (Spring) (12 credits)PSY 509 Practicum 0PSY- Elective 3PSY- Elective 3PSY- Elective 3PSY 822 School-Clinical Child Psychology Internship: Practice and Seminar 3PSY 835 Doctoral Colloquium 0By the end of the fourth year, students should have selected an adviser and consultant, a doctoral project, formalized their project and begun work on their project (see description at left). Students must have completed at least 92-graduate credit hours in the doctoral program and receive departmental approval in order to register for the full-time internship.Fifth Year (Fall)PSY 861 Full-Time Internship I 0Fifth Year (Spring)PSY 862 Full-Time Internship II 0Electives (Students select their electives by advisement)PSY 618 Community Mental Health 3PSY 619 Community Resources: Interagency Coordination 3PSY 646 Critical Thinking 3PSY 656 Developmental Disabilities 3PSY 680 Program Evaluation 3PSY 708 Community Dynamics 3PSY 743 Advanced Seminar in School-Clinical Child Psychology 3PSY 828 Advanced Psychodiagnostics 3PSY 829 Family Interventions 3PSY 839 Psychoanalytic Theory 3PSY 842 Brief Interventions and Short-term Psychotherapies 3PSY 844 Advanced Topics in School-Clinical Child Psychology: 3 Parenthood and the School-Clinical Child PsychologistPSY 857 Infant/Toddler Assessment and Intervention 3PSY 858 Preschool Assessment and Intervention 3PSY 874 Group Interventions 3Total Credits: 110New York City26 Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs

Master of Arts in Media and Communication Arts Prerequisites Bachelor's degree; strong writing, verbal and interpersonal skills, articulation of reasons supporting the decision to attend a gradu-ate media communication arts program; academic/professional references; knowledge of basic computer skills. Master of Arts in Media and Communication Arts (36 credits total)The MA in Media and Communication Arts is a 36- credit hour program with a required comprehensive exam upon completion of the program. The program can be complet-ed within two years. Students complete 16 credit hours of required core courses and 20 credit hours of chosen electives.Required Core Courses (16 credits) MCA 601 Industry Communication Theory and Practice 4MCA 602 Writing for Organizations 4MCA 603 Effective Speaking for Industry Professionals 4MCA 693 Internship/Thesis 4Electives (20 credits)*MCA 610 Communications Research 4MCA 640 International Communications 4MCA 620 Media Relations 4MCA 652 Media Production for the Classroom 4MCA 654 Industrial Media Production 4MCA 670 Developing and Designing Effective 4 Communication for the Web MCA 680 Law and Ethics in Professional Communication 4MCA 696 Issues/Topics in Professional Communication 4Total Credits: 36*Other Media and Communication Arts courses as approved by the program director.Pleasantville Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs 27