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MA in Educational Psychology

McGill course calendar

Fall 2016 - Winter 2017

Most students do not take any courses in their 2nd year of the program but must confirm their status as graduate students and enroll in the Thesis courses listed below. Students who completed EDPE 575 - Educational Measurement in the first year will take EDPE 676 - Intermediate Statistics in the Fall and EDPE 682 - Univariate/Multivariate Statistics in the Winter.

Fall Thesis Courses

  • EDPE 604 - Thesis 1. CRN 1119
  • EDPE 607 - Thesis 2. CRN 1121
  • EDPE 693 - Thesis 3. CRN 1125
  • EDPE 694 - Thesis 4. CRN 1126

Winter Thesis Courses

  • EDPE 695 - Thesis 5. CRN: 936
  • EDPE 696 - Thesis 6. CRN: 937





PhD in Educational Psychology

McGill course calendar

Fall 2016-Winter 2017

Fall 2016-Winter 2017

Doctoral students who completed EDPE 676 - Intermediate Statistics and EDPE 682 - Univariate/Multivariate Statistics in their Master's degree can enroll in EDPE 684 - Applied Multivariate Statistics during their first year in the program.


McGill Calendar - All ECP graduate-level courses (500-level and above).

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After having consulted the Department's and Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies' Registration Information page, here you will find information on your specific courses of study throughout the program. All students are required to follow the course sequences as outlined in the provided time table. If you are a newly-admitted student, do not forget to accept your offer of admission on Minerva otherwise you will not be able to register for any courses!

In exceptional circumstances students with prior graduate-level coursework may follow a different course sequencing (or plan of study). In such cases, it is the student’s responsibility to be in contact with their Supervisor (faculty member) and edpsych [dot] education [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Program Coordinator) to ensure they are enrolling in the correct courses and progressing through the program appropriately.

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