Clinical Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) Degree Program
A note about how The College of Psychology at CNU is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic
Like many other colleges and universities, California Northstate University is currently holding all classes online. The College of Psychology at CNU is fully prepared to continue utilizing distance learning methods until this public health crisis abates. We sincerely hope that courses will be able to resume in person by September, 2020. Should state and/or local guidelines require us to remain closed at that time, we will proceed with the same distance and online learning technologies currently in use.
Now accepting applications for Fall 2020!
The College of Psychology at California Northstate University is a state and regionally accredited clinical training program where you will gain the skills to treat diverse and complex patient populations and the knowledge necessary to assist, inspire, and motivate others. Collaborate with medical and pharmacy students using the latest scientific research to promote health, illness prevention, consultation, assessment, and the treatment of mental conditions. Take a leadership role in the profession and communities we serve.
The College of Psychology offers a Clinical Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) Program that follows the Practitioner-Scholar Model of clinical training.