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What is the difference between the Master of Clinical Psychology (MPsychClin) and the Doctor of Psychology (DPsych)?

The masters program is a two-year full-time or four-year part-time qualification leading to a Masters of Clinical Psychology degree. This qualification involves applied coursework, clinical placements and a dissertation. 

The doctorate program is a three-year full-time or six-year part-time qualification leading to a Doctor of Psychology degree. This qualification involves four semesters of applied coursework and clinical placements, and two semesters of thesis work. Students may pursue the Doctor of Psychology degree in the following areas: Clinical Psychology; Clinical Psychology & Clinical Neuropsychology; Clinical Psychology & Gerontological Psychology; Clinical Psychology & Health Psychology.

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