Doctoral program classes will begin Monday, June 4 and run through Monday, July 9, 2012. Registration on myAntioch will open for Clinical Psychology students on Tuesday, April 10.
Students should be especially careful when preparing to register. Please read carefully the instructions for your year and register accordingly. If your class sections are assigned by your department, they will be provided to you prior to registration.
In considering whether to register for an elective weekend course, students should be mindful of the credit limits in the program. The following schedule lists the credit minimums and maximums per academic year.
Registration Minimums and Maximums
In order to maintain full-time status in the Psy.D. program, students must maintain the following credit load over the academic year – Summer, Fall and Spring:
|Registration (Per Year)||Min||Max|
|while on practicum (per year)||30||32|
|while on internship (per year)||24||26|
Year II Students
Year II students should register for:
- PYC 702 Psychotherapeutic Intervention III: Group (Section A or B)
(Section assignments will be made by the department and provided to students prior to
- PY 786 Social Psychology and Social Responsibility (Section A)
Year III Students
Year III students should register for:
- PY 710 Biological Foundations of Clinical Psychology (Section A)
- PY 772 Psychology in the Community (Section A)
- An elective workshop, if desired.
Year IV Students
Year IV students should register for:
- An Advanced Seminar offered in the afternoon
- PYC 717 Advanced Seminar: Assessment and Treatment of Couples
- PYI 707 Advanced Seminar: Mindfulness
- PYS 776 Advanced Seminar: Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice
- PYC 708 Psychotherapeutic Intervention IV: Special Topics in Intervention(Section A)
- An elective workshop, if desired.
Year V+ Students
(Degree Candidates No Longer in Residence)
Fall 2008 enterers who are becoming Year V+ students should register for PY 899, Doctoral Dissertation.
Dissertation Registration: All Year V+ students need to register for one semester of PY 899 Doctoral Dissertation (Section A), and then for PY 899C Doctoral Dissertation Continuation (Section A) each semester thereafter until your dissertation is accepted by the faculty and deposited with the department. Both Dissertation and Dissertation Continuation are uncredited. The dissertation fee for the Summer 2012 semester is $1500. Please refer to the registration guide for assistance in registering for uncredited courses.
Internship Registration: Students beginning or continuing an internship (a total of 1,800 hours is required) should also register for PY 897 Sec A Internship, which is uncredited. The internship fee for Summer 2012 is $200. Please refer to the registration guide for assistance in registering for uncredited courses policy). If your dissertation has already been deposited, register only for PY 897, Internship.
(Meet 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, unless otherwise noted)
PYC 705 Dialectical Behavior Therapy (Section A)
PYC 735 Infant Mental Health (Section A)
PYC 707 Psychotherapy with Lesbians, Gay Men, Bisexuals and Transgender/Trans-sexual People (Section A)
PY 863 Writing Workshop I(Section A)
Courses without Scheduled Meetings
PY 898 Advanced Practicum(Section A)
PY 899 Doctoral Dissertation(Section A)
PY 899C Doctoral Dissertation Continuation(Section A)
PY 896 Internship (Section A)
PY 897 Internship (Section A)
PY 892B Practicum (Section A)
PY 893B Practicum (Section A)
PY 894A Practicum (Section A)
Students who believe they have already mastered the material and skills offered by any course they would normally be required to take will need to see both their advisor and the instructor of the course to explore the possibility of a waiver. You must have covered at least 75 percent of the Antioch course material to be considered for a waiver.
Waivers do not carry transfer of credit. Students who have courses waived still need to take the minimum of 30 semester credit hours (24 for students doing uncredited internships) in an academic year, in addition to meeting the minimum distribution requirements in each competency area. Please see the Student Handbook on the Antioch New England website for details.
Waivers do not relieve you of the obligation of dropping a course for which you have registered. You must meet the official drop deadline (please see the drop deadlines listed on the academic calendar and/or the Student Handbook posted on the Antioch New England website) to drop the waived course from your schedule.
Continuing Education Students
A limited number of continuing education seats may be available to post-master’s degree (in psychology or related field) people in the community or at field sites with permission of the Director of Student Affairs, if space is available.
Antioch students who have completed all their work for their master’s degree before the course begins may also register if space is available.