Graduate Studies: CCAP

Graduate Student Mental Health Resources

ARE YOU FEELING STRESSED? DO REGULAR TASKS FEEL OVERWHELMING?

If you are struggling, please know that there is help available.

You are not alone; a lot of students need help!

“The only mistake you can make is not asking for help.”

― Sandeep Jauhar

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CCAP Eligibility Requirements

Honours degree in Psychology (including Developmental, Abnormal Psych courses) OR an MA in Child Clinical/Counseling.

Experience working with children, adolescent, or families in some capacity. Also, research experience beyond that for the Honour’s thesis is desired.

An overall GPA of A and a Psych GPA of A- minimally, based on roughly the final 2 years of coursework in your program.

Excellent grades (A- minimally) in research design and statistics courses, and at least 2 statistics courses.

CCAP (MA/PhD.PSYC) - Courses

CCAP: Masters Program

Typical Master’s course sequence

MA year 1

Semester 1 Fall

Courses

  • PSYC*6630 [0.50] Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC*6690 [0.50] Cognitive Assessment of Children and Adolescents
  • PSYC*6060 [0.50] Research Design and Statistics

Practicum

  • PSYC*7991 (open hours)

MA thesis

  • Draft ideas for proposals

Scholarships