Thanks for your interest in our APA-accredited Ph.D. program in Counseling Psychology in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Texas Tech University. We ascribe to a scientist-practitioner training model that emphasizes training in both research and clinical skills, with a commitment to fostering an appreciation of multicultural diversity. Our program uses a mentoring model in which we try to match incoming students with a particular faculty member with whom they will work closely during their time here. Therefore, the match between students and faculty is very important in our admissions decisions. After you browse some of the information about our department, we encourage you to get in touch directly with individual faculty members to ask specific questions about their current research and to share your own interests.
The GRE is optional for admission.
The Counseling Psychology Program has made the necessary changes to be in compliance with Texas Senate Bill 17 regarding diversity, equity and inclusion. More information can be found here.
Public Disclosure: Professional Licensure by State
The Texas Tech University Counseling Psychology Program is required to publicly disclose to prospective and currently enrolled students whether our program meets the education requirements for licensure or certification for all 50 states, District of Columbia, and specified U.S. territories. Our program is responsible for determining whether our academic program meets applicable state education requirements for professional licensure or certification. See the TTU Counseling Psychology Program's Professional Licensure by State Table.
APA Accredited, Next Review: 2033
Contact Information for Accrediting Association:
AddressTexas Tech University, Department of Psychological Sciences, Box 42051 Lubbock, TX 79409-2051