The Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology (ECP) programs and research examine the interplay between complex human systems (cognitive, social, emotional, behavioural, and biological) to maximize: in multiple settings and throughout the lifespan.More specifically, they examine issues pertaining to cognitive processes and developmental neuroscience, assessment and intervention, and the design and evaluation of learning environments and instructional practices, with both typical and atypical populations in mind.A supervisor must be selected from among professors in the School/Applied Child Psychology program. Further information on application procedures, deadlines, supporting documents, and contact information for the Ph. in School/Applied Child Psychology can be found on the Department's website.
Accreditation status may be confirmed by contacting the accrediting bodies. Once this accreditation is confirmed, however, graduates of the postdoctoral graduate diploma will not be automatically eligible for membership in the OPQ and the right to practise professional psychology in Quebec. Ed.) degree offers educators and practising professionals advanced professional training in areas where educational psychology can make a practical contribution to the design, delivery, and assessment of educational programs and the impact of these programs on student learning. The academic staff who teach and supervise within the program understand both research and applied contexts such as the school system.It aims to develop graduates who can demonstrate: Concentration: Professional/Internship To be eligible, applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree consisting of 18 credits of core courses in specific Psychology domains and 24 credits in related disciplines in the social sciences (see list in the Pre-Admission Academic Checklist) and a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.0 out of a possible 4.0 or a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.2 out of 4.0 in the last two years of full-time studies. Concentration: Project To be eligible, applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree in psychology consisting of 42 credits of core courses in specific domains (see list in the Pre-Admission Academic Checklist), with a minimum CGPA of 3.0 out of a possible 4.0 or a GPA of 3.2 out of 4.0 in the last two years of full-time studies at the undergraduate level. Information on application procedures, deadlines, supporting documents, and contact information for the M. in Counselling Psychology: Project and Professional/Internship concentrations, can be found on the Departmental website.To be eligible applicants must hold: A master's degree equivalent to the Master of Arts (M.All doctoral students must have a research supervisor upon entry to the program.Interested candidates should consult the Departmental website for a list of faculty members and their research interests.Training is provided in the research domain through coursework in data analysis and a research project. Students will produce a thesis at both levels of study. Students explore a variety of topics including mental health, child development, school organization, learning processes, behaviour, motivation, and effective teaching.Clinical preparation is initiated in the program through coursework in ethics, intervention, assessment, psychological testing, and multicultural issues and through a practicum. program, has the following aims: Graduates of the program will be prepared to assume careers in education and community settings, including faculty positions, counselling and psychological positions on the staff of university and college mental health centres, and professional positions in psychological agencies offering preventative mental health services. (Thesis) in Educational Psychology's School/Applied Child Psychology concentration. They are prepared to become inquiring professionals committed to the development of children and youth and they receive intensive training in clinical practice with children and families, as well as in basic and applied research.The Health Professions Education program has been conceived and is offered in collaboration with the Mc Gill Centre for Medical Education and affiliated faculty.Student selection is done jointly as is graduate supervision.Detailed graduate degree descriptions are available in the following sections: Master of Education (M. Most coursework is taken during their first year (including the Summer term) while also completing a practicum in the Department’s Psychoeducational and Counselling Clinic.In their second year, students are on-site at internship placements for three full days per week while attending classes on their remaining two days.