These are mandatory and all come with course.
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Enrol in Acadia's graduate psychology program and prepare for an exciting and rewarding profession as a master’s level psychologist or for further study in clinical psychology.
In Acadia's graduate program in clinical psychology you will receive clinical training adhering to the Boulder Scientist-Practitioner model, with emphasis on the integration of science and practice.
You will be trained by PhD-level clinical psychologists to use evidence-based interventions to assist individuals experiencing mental health concerns or cognitive difficulties.
This prepares you to become a registered clinical psychologist in provinces supporting master's-level accreditation such as Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Alberta, and also prepares you for continued study at the Doctorate level.
Clinical psychologists registered in a province may transfer their license to other provinces under the Mutual Recognition Agreement as outlined on the Canadian Psychological Association website.
To apply, you must have either an honours degree in psychology or equivalent (i.e. an undergraduate degree majoring in psychology along with sufficient and relevant research experience).
Acadia is one of the only clinical master’s programs in Canada leading to eligibility for becoming a registered clinical psychologist. At Acadia, you will benefit from the small-school environment with small class sizes and individualized attention from your supervisor, while having access to faculty with a diverse set of research interests.
Acadia maintains relationships with health centres and large private practices in the region to provide you with the opportunity for practicum experience at a number of clinical settings such as NSHA Mental Health and Addictions.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Kentville, the IWK, True North Psychological Services, Seagram and Associates, and the IWK, with other placements possible through consultation with the practicum co-ordinator.
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1- Official transcript
2- Reference letters
4- Departmental Information form
5- Statement of research interests
6- Students must have a supervisor at all times. An initial supervisor will be assigned during the admission process.
EAP Program Information
Acadia University's English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program is a 10-week, intensive English language program for students who:
What does the EAP program include?
Each EAP term is 10 weeks long, with 25 hours of study per week. This includes:
Concentrated study in specific areas including grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, communication skills, and technical English.
What EAP level will I be placed in?
You will write the Acadia placement test on the first day of term to determine your EAP level. If you have recently taken a CAEL, TOEFL iBT or PBT, or IELTS, you do not have to take our placement test. You can go directly into your appropriate level based on your score.
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|CAEL 10-20||CAEL 30||CAEL 40||CAEL 50||CAEL 60||CAEL 70|
|iBT below 49||iBT 49-58||iBT 59-68||iBT 69-78||iBT 79-89||iBT 90|
|IELTS below 4.5||IELTS 4.5||IELTS 5.0||IELTS 5.5||IELTS 6.0||IELTS 6.5|
Candidates must have at least a B- average (70%) in the courses taken in the major field in the last two undergraduate years (or 60 credit hours) of university study, including coursework in undergraduate degree(s) and any graduate work completed.
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