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Professional Licensure Disclosure Clinical Psychopharmacology

Idaho State University is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), and is reporting this information in compliance with Standard 2.G.3. The Clinical Psychopharmacology program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).

This program is designed to meet the educational requirements for Provisional Prescribing Psychologists in Idaho. If you intend to seek licensure outside of Idaho after finishing your program, use the list below to find information on the state or U.S. territory in which you intend to be licensed in order to identify whether ISU’s Clinical Psychopharmacology program meets, does not meet, or if it has not been determined if it meets the educational requirements for licensure. If ISU’s program has not determined if it meets the educational requirements for licensure in the state in question, it may meet all or a portion of the educational requirements. If that is the case, we recommend that you contact the licensing agency directly before beginning the ISU program.

For more information, please contact Eric Silk, silkeric@isu.edu.

*Updated July 2020

Licensure is only required in the following states:

Illinois

(Does Not Meet Licensure Requirements)

Illinois General Assembly

Iowa

(Has not been determined if it meets Licensure Requirements)

Iowa Legislature

Louisiana

(Has not been determined if it meets Licensure Requirements)

Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners

New Mexico

(Has not been determined if it meets Licensure Requirements)

New Mexico Regulation & Licensing Department