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Notre Dame de Namur University
Notre Dame de Namur University Office of Admissions
1500 Ralston Avenue
Belmont, CA
1-800-263-0545 or 650-508-3600
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Tuition Costs, In State: $872 per unit
Tuition Costs, Out of State: $872 per unit

APA Accreditation: Yes

Financial assistance available:
Federal Stafford loans
Other federal loans
Employer tuition remission
Payment plan options

Application Deadline: Rolling Admissions (Application recommendations):
May 15 = Fall Semester
November 1 = Spring Semester
April 1 = Summer Semester

Degrees and Programs Offered:
Art Therapy (MA/PhD)
Marriage and Family Therapy (Art Therapy Psychology) (MA)
Clinical Psychology (MS)
Clinical Psychology: Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counseling (MS/MFT/LPCC)


Min. Undergraduate GPA (Median): 3.0
Min. Undergraduate GPA, Masters (Median): 3.0
Min. Undergraduate GPA, PhD (Median): N/A

Min. GRE, Masters: N/A
Min. GRE, Masters (Median): N/A
Min. GRE, PhD: N/A
Min. GRE, PhD (Median): N/A
Required GRE V+Q:

Classes Required:
General Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
2 Additional Psychology Courses with a B- or better


About the University:
Notre Dame de Namur University (NDNU) is a Catholic, not-for-profit, coeducational institution serving approximately 2000 students from diverse backgrounds. Established in 1851 by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, NDNU is the third oldest college in California and the first authorized to grant the baccalaureate degree to women. NDNU maintains a strong commitment to academic excellence, social justice and community engagement. The University is fully accredited and offers a rich variety of undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and teacher credential programs. The historic campus is located on the San Francisco peninsula in Silicon Valley.

Additional Information:
Both programs (Clinical Psychology and Art Therapy) effectively combine theory and practice and prepare students for careers in clinical practice, doctoral study, and professional roles in human services agencies. Students may choose programs that lead to Marriage and Family Therapy licensure through either department, and offers a combined MFT/LPCC degree (Marriage and Family Therapy/Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor) that may lead to dual licensure. The Clinical Psychology program is integrative, holistic, and depth-oriented. Both programs are approved by the Board of Behavioral Science.