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AREA
COURSES
PRACTICA
THESIS & ORAL EXAMINATION
Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Sciences
  • 6130 6.0 - Univariate Analysis OR 6140 6.0 - Multivariate Analysis
  • Three additional half-courses, or equivalent, chosen from those offered at the 6000 level by the Graduate Program in Psychology.

One applied or research practicum Required
Clinical
  • 6820 6.0A - Research Practium I
  • 6130 6.0 - Univariate Analysis OR 6140 6.0 - Multivariate Analysis
  • 6420 6.0 - Foundations of Clinical Psychology
  • 6430 6.0 - Assessment in Psychology
  • 6430 6.0P-Clinical Practicum*
  • 6435 6.0 - Introduction to Psychotherapy*

* These courses are taken in the second MA year

One  research and one clinical practicum; 330 hrs each Required
Clinical-Developmental
  • 6130 6.0 Univariate Analysis OR 6140 6.0 - Multivariate Analysis
  • 6020 3.0 Historical & Theoretical Foundations Of Contemporary Psychology A OR 6030 3.0 Historical & Theoretical Foundations Of Contemporary Psychology B
  • 6820 6.0A - Research Practium I
  • 6610 3.0 - Social & Emotional Bases of Development
  • 6905 3.0 - Biological & Cognitive Bases of Development
  • 6910 3.0 - Introduction to the Psychological Assessment of Children practicum *
  • 6920 3.0 - Clinical & Diagnostic Assessment of Children & Adolescents *

* These courses will normally be taken in the second MA year

 

One research practicum; 330 hrs Required
Developmental Science
  • 6130 6.0 - Univariate Analysis OR 6140 6.0 - Multivariate Analysis
  • 6020 3.0 Historical & Theoretical Foundations Of Contemporary Psychology A OR 6030 3.0 Historical & Theoretical Foundations Of Contemporary Psychology B
  • 6820 6.0A - Research Practium I

  • One half-course selected from the DS course list
  • One half-course or equivalent from those offered at the 6000 level by  the Graduate Program in Psychology.
One research practicum; 330 hrs Required
History and Theory of Psychology
  • 6020 3.0 Historical & Theoretical Foundations Of Contemporary Psychology A
  • 6030 3.0 Historical & Theoretical Foundations Of Contemporary Psychology B
  • 6130 6.0 - Univariate Analysis OR 6140 6.0 - Multivariate Analysis
  • 6820A 6.0- Research Practicum I OR 6810A 6.0- Applied Practicum I

  • One full course or equivalent chosen from those offered at the 6000 level by the Graduate Program in Psychology or, with permission, by another program relevant to the study of the history and theory of psychology.
One applied or research practicum; 330 hrs Required
Quantitative Methods
  • 6130 6.0 - Univariate Analysis
  • 6820A 6.0- Research Practicum I OR 6810A 6.0- Applied Practicum I

  • Six credits in courses specializing in quantitative methods

  • Six elective credits in any other graduate psychology courses (Note that research methods courses can count to either the required quantitative methods or elective courses)
One applied or research practicum; 330 hrs Required
Social and Personality
  • 6130 6.0 - Univariate Analysis
  • 6400 3.0 - Contemporary Issues in Personality and Social Psychology
  • 6410 3.0 - either Social Psychology OR 6510 3.0 - Personality
  • 6820A 6.0- Research Practicum I OR 6810A 6.0- Applied Practicum I

  • One half course in research methods, chosen from a list of courses approved by the area

  • A minimum of one half-course, chosen in consultation with the supervisor, from those offered at the 6000 level.
One applied or research practicum; 330 hrs Required