Program list & descriptions
Psychology ( Masters )
We offer training in five areas of specialization: clinical psychology (with specialization in neuropsychology or lifespan development), cognition and brain science, experimental neuropsychology, lifespan development, and social psychology. In addition, individual programs of study may be designed according to the interests of individual students and faculty members. The clinical psychology training program is fully accredited by both the Canadian and American Psychological Associations.
The programs are designed to provide students with:
- knowledge and training in their area of specialization
- the skills necessary to conduct and communicate the results of new research and to work co-operatively with others in a research environment; and
- opportunities to gain practical experiences in various aspects of professional psychology.
|BA, BSc||B+ with degree in psychology|
Applicants must also meet the general admission requirements for the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
|Entry point||Domestic students||International students|
|September||December 1||December 1|
EXAMS AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS
- Statement of intent
- TOEFL 100 (internet based)
- GRE (general test)
- Prospective graduate student information form
- For details, please consult the Psychology website
|General Office||Amy Almeida||250-721-7525||COR A236email@example.com|
|Wendy Davies||250-721-8968||COR A236firstname.lastname@example.org|
|General Office FAX||250-721-8929||COR A236|
|Chair||Elizabeth Brimacombe||250-721-7522||COR A237email@example.com|
|Department Secretary||Stella Chan||250-721-7524||COR A235firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Administrative Officer||Annette Barath||250-721-6142||COR A236aemail@example.com|
|Graduate Secretary||Karen Kienapple||250-721-6109||COR A236firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Psychology Clinic||Lori-Ann Larsen||250-721-7538||COR A163email@example.com|
|Laurie Fitzgerald||250-721-7538||COR A216firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Psychology Clinic FAX||250-472-5319||COR A163|
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|Programmer Analyst||Doug Thomson||250-721-7528||COR A260firstname.lastname@example.org|
What is co-op?
Co-operative education (co-op) is a learning strategy that lets you:
- alternate your academic studies with paid, relevant work experience in your field of study
- enrich your academic studies by drawing on practical, real-world experience from your work terms
- develop competencies to excel in the workplace
- potentially pursue work terms related to your graduate research or project
Can you do co-op?
Graduate co-op may be available to students who are pursuing thesis and non-thesis (or professional) degrees. Participation is optional, and admission is determined after consultation with your graduate adviser and department. Contact the co-op program in your degree area for details, or email email@example.com.
Note: Co-op is not open to one-year graduate degrees, graduate certificates and diplomas, and non-degree graduate students.
What other career development support does UVic offer?
UVic Co-op and Career can support you through every stage of your career development, through:
- One-on-one career guidance
- Career development programs and workshops
- On-campus networking opportunities with employers
- Online work search resources
- Competency development and assessment
Looking for work?
Apply for all types of job opportunities at learninginmotion.uvic.ca.