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The Psychology Department at the University of Guelph is in the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.

The Department offers undergraduate honours programs leading to a B.A. or B.Sc. degree. The number of Psychology majors across these programs exceeds 750. Recent graduates have pursued advanced studies in psychology, business, law, medicine, and social work at leading universities in North America.
The Masters and Ph.D. graduate programs provide specializations in Applied Social Psychology, Clinical Psychology: Applied Developmental Emphasis, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and Neuroscience and Applied Cognitive Science. Recent graduates from these programs have assumed academic positions in universities across Canada, as well as research and consulting positions in business, social service agencies, and hospitals.

All programs foster an appreciation of psychology as a science and the practice of psychology in accordance with the highest professional standards.

 

Graduate Admission Application Deadline for Fall 2014 Consideration

December 15th/13 for the fields of AS & CP:ADE ....NOW CLOSED

January 15th/14 for the fields of I/O & NACS ....NOW CLOSED

 

Fields of study reviewed their applications as well as conducting interviews independently throughout  January and February. 

ONLY those being interviewed were contacted. 

Offer of admission recommendations are now in the hands of the Office of Graduate Studies.

It is this office that officially prepares and presents an offer of admission to the applicant.

Non-admission notifications will be sent as soon as we have finalized all offers of admission...thus we ask for your patience during this time due to the volume of applications we receive. 

If at any time you wish to inquire as to the status of your application, please contact the Faculty Admission Representative   for that field of study.

 

 Thank you kindly for considering Psychology at the U of G to pursue or continue your graduate studies!