Fall 2012 – Summer 2013
The program will be individually tailored to each accepted student in respect of previous studies and experience. Students will not be asked to repeat a course on a topic in which they can demonstrate a high level of competence. The following are expected to be most often required of students.
|EDPC 609||(3)||Psychological Testing 1|
|EDPC 610||(3)||Psychological Testing 2|
|EDPC 618||(3)||Professional Ethics and the Law|
|EDPC 682D1||(3)||Practicum: Psychological Testing|
|EDPC 682D2||(3)||Practicum: Psychological Testing|
|EDPC 714||(3)||Theory / Models: Family Therapy|
|EDPE 619||(3)||Child and Adolescent Therapy|
|EDPE 625||(3)||Practicum 1: School Psychology|
|EDPE 626||(3)||Practicum 2: School Psychology|
|EDPE 710||(3)||Consultation in School Psychology|
|EDPE 721||(6)||School Psychology: Elementary|
|EDPE 722||(6)||School Psychology: Secondary|
|EDPE 723||(6)||School Psychology: Community|
Students are not required to demonstrate knowledge of a second language within this program; however, any student wishing to be licensed as a professional psychologist in Quebec must have a working knowledge of French. Accreditation status may be confirmed by contacting the accrediting bodies.
All elements of this Post-doctoral Graduate Diploma are selected from the professional components of the Ph.D. in School/Applied Child Psychology, which is accredited in the School Psychology category by the American Psychological Association (APA). Graduates of a respecialization program are normally accorded the same recognition as graduates of the accredited program.
The Ph.D. is approved by the Ordre des psychologues du Québec (OPQ), which has recommended the final stage of professional recognition to the Office des professions of the Government of Quebec. Once this accreditation is confirmed, however, graduates of the Post-doctoral Graduate Diploma will not be automatically eligible for membership in the OPQ and the right to practise professional psychology in Quebec. Candidates wishing to practise in Quebec will be required to apply to the OPQ for the recognition of equivalent qualifications.