Same School Masters to Ph.D?

Discussion in 'Psychology [Psy.D. / Ph.D.]' started by WilliamGraham, 09.26.14.

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  1. WilliamGraham

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    I was wondering that if those who are not accepted into their preferred Ph.D programs for Clinical Psychology, could pursuing a Masters in Clinical Psychology at the preferred institution make you more likely to be admitted into their doctoral program after completion?
     
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  3. PsychBiker

    PsychBiker 7+ Year Member

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    Yes, that is generally the case, assuming you do well in the masters program.
     
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    It is *highly* dependent on the program. Some universities use their MA/MS as one option into their Ph.D program, though others use them to fund the Ph.D program and don't really consider any of the students.
     

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