Academic Programs

PhD Clinical Psychology

The Department is offering PhD in Clinical Psychology as from December 2012. The structure and the contents are in accordance with HEC regulation. The minimum time for completion of the degree is 3 years. The course work comprising 18 credit hours divided into two semesters over one year is as follows:

Road Map of PhD in Clinical Psychology

Semester 1

CoursesCredit hours
CP700: Advance Quantitative Research Methods in Clinical Psychology 3CH
CP720: Advance Assessment Techniques in Clinical Psychology Research 3CH
CP740: Cross-Cultural Perspectives Clinical Research 3CH
Semester Credit Hours 9

Semester 2

CoursesCredit hours
CP760: Advance Qualitative Research Methods in Clinical Psychology 3 CH
CP800: Advance Statistics on Computer 3 CH
Area of Specialization 3 CH
CP780:Developmental Psychopathology
CP781:School Psychology
CP782:Social Psychology and Personality
CP783:Clinical Forensic Psychology
CP784:Health Psychology
CP785:Sports Psychology
Semester Credit Hours 9

Total 18 CH Course work

Semester I

CoursesCredit hours
Advanced Quantitative Research Methods in Clinical Psychology (3 CH)
Advanced Assessment Techniques in Clinical Psychology Research (3 CH)
Cross- Cultural Perspectives in Clinical Research (3 CH)
Total Semester Credit Hours 9

Semester II

CoursesCredit hours
Advanced Qualitative Research Methods in Clinical Psychology (3CH)
Area of Specialization (3CH)
Advances Statistics on Computer (3CH)
Total Semester Credit Hours 9

Eligibility

  • BSc (Hons.) in Psychology from an HEC recognized University with CGPA of 2.5+
  • MS (Clinical) CGPA 3.0+ from a reputable course with individually supervised placement experience of working with children, adults and in schools and a clinically orientated research project.
  • GAT 50%
  • Admission will be offered on passing a written entry test and a successful personal interview.

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