A Graduate Specialization in Clinical Psychology made possible through the partnership of the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour, the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences and St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
Enrolment in the Psychology RCT stream is limited: Admission will be limited to 4-5 Masters students entering the Psychology graduate program each year. Admission to qualifying Master's entry spots are decided by the PNB Graduate Studies Committee in conjunction with the RCT Admissions committee.
Formal admission to the RCT stream is decided by an admissions committee following an interview process. Typically, interviews are scheduled in the spring term prior to entry into the program in the subsequent fall term.
Individuals interested in the RCT stream are asked to indicate so on their grad application - and highlight their clinical research interests in their statement of interest.
Importantly, the applicant’s proposed area of thesis research should focus on an area relevant to clinical psychology questions/issues. A list of potential RCT supervisors may be found in About Us .
Interviews are conducted with Psychology RCT committee members to ensure the above criteria are met. Typically, interviews are scheduled in the spring term prior to entry into the program in the subsequent fall term.
Once admitted to the program stream, students must continue to meet PNB curricular and research training requirements, while also undertaking additional graduate coursework and practica training.