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Graduate Studies

Degree Programs

The Department offers the following degree programs: Masters in Applied Social Psychology, M.Sc. in Experimental Psychology, Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, and PsyD (Doctor of Psychology) in clinical psychology.

To get an idea of the range of topics possible, please consult this list of recent Doctoral and Masters theses. Also see some recent outstanding academic achievements, and Doctoral Oral Defenses and Comprehensive Exams from our graduate students.

Psychology is also part of the interdisciplinary Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology (CABE) program, which offers both the M.Sc. and Ph.D. Interested students should apply directly to the CABE program.

General Graduate Inquiries

Ms. Linda Gaborko
Phone: (709) 864-7582
Office: SN2058
Email: lgaborko@mun.ca

Graduate Officer

Dr. Brent Snook
Phone: (709) 864-3101
Office: SN2056
Email: grad-studies@play.psych.mun.ca

Applied Social Psychology Inquiries

Dr. Cathryn Button
Phone: (709) 864-8022
Office: SN2055
Email: cbutton@mun.ca

PsyD Inquiries

Jacqueline Carter-Major
Phone: (709) 864-8118
Office: SN3078
 
Christine Arlett
Phone: (709) 864-7676
Office: SN3087

Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology Inquiries

Ms. Gail Kenny
Phone: (709) 864-8154
Office: C2001
Email: gkenny@mun.ca

Overview

The department has particular specialties in Behavioural Neuroscience, Clinical Psychology, Cognition, Developmental Psychology, and Social Psychology, as well as in Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology. However, many faculty have research interests that transcend traditional categories and research possibilities exist beyond the above-named areas. Students should look at the research interests of each faculty member to see the possibilities.

All M.Sc. and Ph.D. students are in either the Experimental Psychology program or the Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology (CABE) program.

Only students admitted to the Psy.D. program are eligible to take courses specific to that program.

How To Apply

Students planning to apply for admission into any of the graduate programs should first examine the list of faculty who are considering accepting a new graduate student.

You should write the GRE exam. (We do not require the Psychology GRE exam.) Information about the GRE exam (what it is, preparation materials, etc.) is available at www.ets.org. You may also need to take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). You should make sure that these scores arrive at Memorial University before February 1.

You can fill out the School of Graduate Studies forms on-line.

The PsyD program has additional requirements.

You should make sure that your completed application arrives before February 1.

For more specific questions, please consult our FAQ.
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