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Wright State University School of Professional Psychology (WSU-SOPP) maintains an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) program in Clinical Psychology, and an APA accredited doctoral internship program.  More about APA Accreditation

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Please visit the Academics section for all current SOPP Academic Policies and Procedures, including information about Practicum, Practice Tutorial, CCE, dissertation, and internship, as well as student resources.   

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*Application Update

The online application for the class entering Fall 2017 will be available mid-July, 2016.

Fall 2017 application deadline is December 1, 2016.      


Boonshoft School of Medicine interdisciplinary team awarded grant to enhance curriculum, expand medical training program

The Boonshoft School of Medicine, College of Nursing and Health and School of Professional Psychology received more than $450,000 to train future clinicians to work in a multidisciplinary team environment.
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Higher Learning Commission reaffirms Wright State’s accreditation

Established as an independent university in 1967, Wright State received its initial accreditation in 1968 and has been continuously accredited since that time.
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Wright State grad examines grandfather’s WWI service in new book

Gregory Archer, a 1984 graduate of the School of Professional Psychology, writes nonfiction narrative about his grandfather's service in World War I.
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Wright State’s Ellis Institute to host Community Health Fair May 19

The health fair will provide free health screenings and information about various health service agencies.
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