School/Applied Child Psychology
The Post-PhD Graduate Diploma in School/Applied Psychology enables holders of a doctorate in Psychology to pursue further studies in School/Applied Child Psychology. The course of study is adapted to the background of each student. The program includes exceptionally one, or typically two, years of courses and practica, plus a year of Internship. Students register on a per-credit basis (including Internship).
This pages contains resources for current School/Applied Child Psychology students. Referee? Please visit the Referees page for forms and instructions.
The School/Applied Child Psychology Program Handbook is a student's first and most important resource during their studies in our program. It contains all the important information on student evaluation, practicum/internships, contact information, and required program-related forms.
Overview of the School Psychology Clinic Practicum
The clinic practicum provides students an opportunity to work with clients exhibiting learning, behavioral and/or emotional problems. This practicum is completed in the Department's Psycho-Educational and Counselling Clinic (1B Level, Education Building).
The Clinic Practicum is coordinated and supervised by a member of the School/Applied Child Psychology core staff. At times, an adjunct faculty member may assist the supervisor.
Application deadline: January 15 annually (Fall admission only).
The aim of the MA in Educational Psychology, School/Applied Psychology concentration (thesis) is to produce graduates who:
The PhD in School/Applied Child Psychology is the second degree in a sequential pair of programs, the first of which is the MA (Thesis) in Educational Psychology, School/Applied Child Psychology concentration.
Most students in the doctoral program completed their MA in the Educational Psychology program although students can apply for direct entry into the PhD program with a master’s degree obtained at another institution.
Welcome! This is the main source of information for current and future students of the School/Applied Child Psychology program. For general information about the program, please read the program overview.