In addition to Faculties of Graduate Studies and Arts requirements, the Department requires:
The Program outline is as follows:
Psychology 650, 651, 659, 660, 671, 673, 615, thesis work
Psychology 601, 650, 681, 683, plus a graduate-level Psychology Statistics course or Methodology course (Psychology 617 or equivalent), completion of the thesis
Psychology 750, 760, a graduate-level breadth course, the Candidacy Examination, thesis work
Psychology 750, 762, thesis work
Pre-Doctoral Clinical Internship Psychology 798, and completion of thesis oral and written requirements
Breadth course requirements may be satisfied through Psychology 750, courses offered by the Department of Psychology, or by obtaining advanced credit for undergraduate courses. Please see program handbook for details.
The prerequisite for all Clinical Program courses (unless otherwise noted) is consent of the Program.
Successful completion of years one and two, plus the Master of Science thesis, constitute the requirements of the Master of Science degree. Program students must formally apply and be approved by the program and the Faculty of Graduate Studies for admission to the doctoral program upon completion of Master of Science requirements.