Information on application procedures, deadlines, supporting documents, and contact information for the Post-Ph. Graduate Diploma in School/Applied Child Psychology can be found on the Department's website.
Information on application procedures, deadlines, supporting documents, and contact information for the M. concentrations in Educational Psychology can be found on the Department's website.
Detailed graduate degree descriptions are available in the following sections: Master of Education (M. Most coursework is taken during their first year (including the Summer term) while also completing a practicum in the Department’s Psychoeducational and Counselling Clinic.
In their second year, students are on-site at internship placements for three full days per week while attending classes on their remaining two days.
All doctoral students must have a research supervisor upon entry to the program.
Interested candidates should consult the Departmental website for a list of faculty members and their research interests.Accredited upon graduation by the (OCCOQ), this program prepares students to work in the field as Counsellors in settings such as CLSCs, schools, community, rehabilitation, and vocational guidance centres, governmental, non-governmental, or private settings.All students must also attend weekly case conferences. This program is designed to produce graduates with introductory academic preparation for research or clinical careers in counselling psychology. levels, students take a combination of theoretical, practical, and research-based courses throughout the course of their degree. degree, the program's focus remains on the improvement of the educational and psychological well-being of children and to educate school psychologists in a manner consistent with the highest international standards in the field.Professional Accreditation All elements of this postdoctoral graduate diploma are selected from the professional components of the Ph. in School/Applied Child Psychology, which is accredited in the School Psychology category by the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA). Candidates wishing to practise in Quebec will be required to apply to the OPQ for the recognition of equivalent qualifications. Courses are offered in the evening to accommodate full-time professionals and can be completed on either a full-time or part-time basis.Graduates of a re-specialization program are normally accorded the same recognition as graduates of the accredited program. Many of our graduates work in the school system as resource teachers, special education, or educational consultants.A.) Counselling Psychology (Non-Thesis): Project (60 credits) or a Master's degree from a directly relevant program (e.g., clinical psychology, other Counselling Psychology programs) along with 42 credits of core courses in specific Psychology domains (see list in the Pre-Admission Academic Checklist), with a minimum CGPA of 3.0 out of a possible 4.0 or a GPA of 3.2 out of 4.0 in the last two years of full-time studies.A.) School/Applied Child Psychology (Non-Thesis) (60 credits) along with 42 credits of core courses in specific domains (see list in the Pre-Admission Academic Checklist) with a minimum CGPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 or a GPA of 3.2 out of 4.0 in the last two years of full-time studies.The Health Professions Education program has been conceived and is offered in collaboration with the Mc Gill Centre for Medical Education and affiliated faculty.Student selection is done jointly as is graduate supervision.To develop their professional skills in assessment, therapy, and supervision, students are equipped with the latest standardized materials and a state-of-the-art venue within which to conduct psychological and cognitive assessments.Our professional programs also have established connections with world-class public and private organizations, which include health care facilities and school boards where students receive supervised training for internships and practica. program in Educational Psychology offers concentrations in: The APA no longer accredits programs outside of the United States of America effective September 1, 2015.