The graduate program in Psychology at Queen’s is internationally renowned for the excellence and integrity of its faculty, students and training and the innovation and value of its research, scholarship and skill development.
We have designed our graduate programs in Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Social/Personality Psychology and Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science to emphasize research, skills and scholarship, preparing you for academic or research posts in government, industry and other sectors.
If you choose to study in our Clinical Psychology program, you will be proficient in both the scientific and clinical aspects of the field and able to work in a range of settings.
Ontario Graduate Council
* 4-year Honours undergraduate degree in Psychology
* Honours thesis preferred
* Applications from adjacent degrees such as Cognitive Science and Social Behaviour will also be considered
Candidates applying for the Clinical Program are expected to have completed course work in history and systems, the biological, cognitive-affective, social bases of behaviour and in abnormal psychology or its equivalent.
* Master’s degree in Psychology from a recognized university
# The General Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score is mandatory for all applications. Scores need to be above the 60th percentile)
# Those applicants who do NOT have an honours undergraduate degree in Psychology, must also take the Psychology subject GRE score. Scores need to be above the 60th percentile.
International Student Requirements:
as per domestic but English Language Proficiency also required
Tuition & Financial Aid
Financial Aid Offered: No