Graduate program in Psychology provides an environment in which students develop skills and expertise that will aid them during future professional, research, and/or clinical careers. The department places the primary importance on conceiving and conducting original research in the student's area of interest. There are approximately 100 graduate students in the Department, and about 10-20 new students begin study each year. In addition to Canadian students, the department maintains a rich tradition of training international students from all parts of the world including the United States, the British Commonwealth, Europe, and Asia.
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1. Three letters of reference
2 Personal Statement
3. Curriculum Vitae
4. Application Summary Sheet
5. Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
All applicants must take the GRE General Test if they have studied in an English-speaking university. For those who have a psychology
background, it is recommended to take the Subject component of the GRE. Applicants with little or no background in psychology are not
required to submit scores on the Subject component of the GRE.
6. TOEFL or IELTS
7. Application Summary Sheet
The usual requirement for admission is an Honours or majors degree (B.A. or B.Sc.) in Psychology. This usually includes an introductory course plus twelve courses in psychology (each equivalent to three term hours). Courses in experimental psychology, the theoretical development of modern ideas in psychology, and statistical methods as applied to psychological problems (equivalent to an introductory course) are essential. Applicants' knowledge of relevant biological, physical, and social sciences is considered. Students applying to the clinical program are advised to complete 42 specific undergraduate credits in psychology as specified by the Order of Psychologists of Quebec (Ordre des psychologues du Québec).
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