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Professional Licensure Disclosure Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology

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 Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology program is accredited by the American Psychology Association Commission on Accreditation (APA-CoA).

Completion of the degree requirements for the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology does not lead to licensure as a clinical psychologist upon graduation. The professional preparation you receive in our program, however, will assist you in such pursuits. In the State of Idaho, graduates from our program may be licensed after passing the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology and completing one year of supervised clinical practice (see section 54-2312 of State of Idaho’s licensure statutes).

If you intend to seek licensure outside of Idaho after finishing your program, use the link below to find information on the state or U.S. territory in which you intend to be licensed. We are unable to confirm the licensure and certification requirements in other states but ISU’s program may meet all or a portion of the educational requirements. If you intend to pursue such credentialing outside of Idaho, we advise you to contact the applicable state credentialing authority directly to familiarize yourself with its specific requirements and determine if our program meets its eligibility criteria before beginning the ISU program.

ASPPB Disclosures State by State

For more information, please contact Shannon Lynch, lyncshan@isu.edu.

*Updated July 2020