Graduate Psychology Program

FACULTY

PETER F. WILSON, Director of Graduate Psychology Program; Professor of Graduate Psychology, 1995
BA, Free Will Baptist Bible College, 1973; MA, Middle Tennessee State University, 1976; EdD, Tennessee State University, 1992.

DONALD R. HARVEY, Assistant Director of the Marriage and Family Program; Professor of Graduate Psychology, 1993
BA, Bethany Nazarene University, 1970; MA, University of Alabama, 1975; PhD, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1983.

SUSAN LAHEY, Assistant Professor of Graduate Psychology, 2006
BS, Middle Tennessee State University, 1999; MMFT, Trevecca Nazarene University, 2003, PhD, Regent University, 2008.

JAMES SCHUT, Associate Professor of Psychology, 2009
BA, Hope College, 1992; MS Vanderbilt University, 1996; PhD, Vanderbilt University, 2000.

STEVE STRIDE, Assistant Professor of Graduate Psychology , 2007
BA, California State University, 1995: MA, Azusa Pacific University, 1997; PhD, Alliant International University, 2003.

Graduate Psychology Program Information

The graduate psychology program offers masters degrees in Counseling, Counseling Psychology, and in Marriage and Family Therapy. In the fall of 2007, a 66-hour EdD in Clinical Counseling was initiated with cognates in Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Teaching and Supervision. Applications are available on line at www.trevecca.edu/gradpsychology

Applicant Information

Completed applications for the masters program are due for Fall cycle, June 15; for Spring cycle, October 15; and Summer cycle, February 15. Applications for the EdD in Clinical Counseling are due March 15. Admission policies and general information are available from the program office at:

Graduate Psychology Program

Trevecca Nazarene University

333 Murfreesboro Road

Nashville, Tennessee 37210-2877

(615) 248-1384

Email: admissions_psy@trevecca.edu