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Master of Arts (M.A.)

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Please note: registration for the summer semester only opens in the latter part of the Winter semester. Please consult Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies' Registration Information page for exact dates.

All MA students must enroll in 24 credits of Thesis Courses, as outlined in the time tables above. Students in their MA2 year do not attend courses during the summer but must register for the courses Thesis 5 and Thesis 6. Registration information on these courses will be sent directly to students via email when registration opens. Students also do not register for EDPE 600 - Current Topics: Educational Psychology unless they did not register during their MA1 year. Students attend this course over two years but only enroll during their MA1 year.



Please note: some PhD students may elect to complete a year of research prior to embarking on their internship. Such a decision is to be made in consultation with your Supervisor. 



All levels

Students admitted in FALL 2014 and prior should follow the recommended progression through the M.A. or Ph.D. program below (click on photo to enlarge)

Students admitted in FALL 2015 and after should follow the recommended progression through the M.A. or Ph.D. program below (click on photo to enlarge)







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

To view current course offerings & schedules, use the Minerva Dynamic Schedule - Class Schedule Search.



After having consulted the Department's and Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies' registration information pages, 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 (see faculty listings) and counsellingpsych [dot] education [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Program Advisor) to ensure they are enrolling in the correct courses and progressing through the program appropriately.

Information about fees, fines, and other charges can be found on the Students Accounts website


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