Argosy to Fielding Pathway

Keep your academic goals on track!

Doctoral psychology students affected by the closure of Argosy, please view our streaming information session to see if you are good fit with Fielding’s clinical psychology PhD program and its distributed learning model.

Argosy to Fielding Pathway

Fielding Graduate University’s clinical psychology PhD program is open to accepting applications from Argosy doctoral students for Fall 2019.  

Applications are due no later than April 29, 2019.

Our admissions advisors are ready to help you through the application process. Please contact Scott Hunter, Clinical Psychology Admissions Advisor at 805-898-4001, or email the team at

We strongly encourage you to review our on-demand webinar which provides a program overview of the Fielding distributed learning model and the associated residential requirements.

Accepted applicants who wish to begin the program in fall of 2019 must be available from July 22,  through August 17, 2019 for our online New Student Orientation (NSO).  Accepted applicants must also attend our in-person orientation in Santa Barbara, California, from September 4, through September 8, 2019. Successful completion of both portions of NSO is necessary in order to be formally matriculated into the program.

Available space in the Fall 2019 class is limited and will depend on the number of students currently enrolled in the program.

Geographic Eligibility

The program only considers applicants who reside in the contiguous United States and Canada. The program is not available to those residing internationally (except Canada). Applicants from Alaska and Hawaii may be considered pending confirmation of their ability and resources to attend local cluster meetings in contiguous U.S. on a regular basis, access to acceptable practicum training sites, and ability to relocate for internship. 

Due to state licensing requirements, graduates of the program are not eligible for licensure in Oklahoma.

Student Admissions, Outcomes, and Other Data

In accordance with requirements of the American Psychological Association (APA), Fielding Graduate University provides Student Admissions, Outcomes, and Other Data pertaining to the education of our graduate students.

"Fielding is a place that will support me in the many aspects of my life—from my family to my job. I am able to remain passionately involved in all of those things while pursuing my doctorate."

Michelle Adams, alumna

PhD, Clinical Psychology