eTranscript (Northcentral University):
Here is a snapshot of my degree program at the Northcentral University. Coursework began July 2016 and is currently in progress. This program started with a bridge from my master's in health sciences to a Ph.D. in Psychology.

I was required to complete 6 foundational courses in psychology before beginning doctoral-level studies with a specialization in addictions. A master's degree was completed along the way. You will find a transcript for the MA and PhD program below.

I completed:
  1. all foundational psychology courses on April 2017,
  2. a thesis on the topic of computer-based social-emotional interventions for school-aged children with autism spectrum disorders, and
  3. a master's degree in psychology on October 2017.

Credits: 12 / 60 (PhD)                                                    GPA: 3.93
 

Foundations
PSY5101:   Foundations for Graduate Study in Psychology                       
PSY7102:   Scholarly Writing and Professional Communication in Psychology  Current
PSY7103:   Research Methods
PSY7104:   Statistics I
PSY7105:   Tests and Measurements
PSY7106:   Quantitative Research Design
PSY7107:   Statistics II
PSY7108:   Qualitative Research Design
PSY7109:   Planning Dissertation Research in Psychology

Specialization: Addictions
PSY8111:   Clinical Survey of Substance Abuse and Dependence                 A
PSY8112:   Addiction Assessment and Treatment Planning                       A-
PSY8113:   Addictions and Related Disorders                                  A
PSY8114:   Co-Occurring Disorders
PSY8115:   Family Systems Approaches to Addiction
PSY8116:   Group Therapy
 
Doctoral Comprehensive Examination
CMP-9701P: Pre-Candidacy Prospectus

Dissertation Research
DIS09901A: Components of the Dissertation
DIS09902A: The Dissertation Proposal
DIS09903A: Institutional Review Board and Data Collection
DIS09904A: The Dissertation Manuscript and Defense

Credits: 30 / 30 (MA)                                      GPA: 3.83
 

Degree Awarded:
Master of Arts
Major: Psychology
Major Concentration: General Psychology
Date: October 30, 2017

Foundations
PSY5101: Foundations for Graduate Study in Psychology      
PSY5104: Theories of Human Development and Functioning     A- 
PSY5103: Professional Ethics, Law, and Psychology          A-
PSY5107: Research Design                                   A

Specialization: General Psychology
PSY6100: Theories of Personality                           A
PSY5108: Cognitive and Affective Basis of Behavior         A-
 
Doctoral-level Courses
PSY8111: Clinical Survey of Substance Abuse and Dependence A
PSY8112: Addiction Assessment and Treatment Planning       A-
PSY8113: Addictions and Related Disorders                  A
 
Capstone
PSY6105: Capstone Course: Psychology                       A-