Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology Program

Judi SteinmanChad Kawakami

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Director: Dr. Chad Kawakami
Program Consultant: Dr. Judi Steinman

Program Description

The University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy (UH Hilo-DKICP) offers a two-year educational and experiential program through which students pursue the Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology (MSCP) degree. UH Hilo's DKICP MSCP program prepares the student for professional advancement to become a clinical psychopharmacologist. During the two years (six semesters) at UH Hilo-DKICP, students will complete a total of 33 semester hours of credit (all required). Eligible candidates must have a doctoral degree in clinical psychology and have an active license to practice psychology. Once accepted into the MSCP program, students are required to maintain their professional licensure.

Student Handbook and Course Resources

View or Download the Graduate School Handbook.

View or Download the Graduate School Policies.

View or Download the Course Descriptions.

View or Download the Content Knowledge Areas & Corresponding Courses for PEP.



See UH Hilo Regular Semester and Summer Session Tuition Schedule for Graduate Studies.

American Psychological Association (APA) links

Additional information

Distance Learning Program

Catalog Description

MSCP in the News

How To Contact Us

For additional information, please Contact Dr. Judi Steinman.