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
Course work:
1a) Psych 720
Contemporary Problems (all graduate students)
1b) Psych 710
Statistics and Research Design I (all graduate students)

1c) Psych 755
Psychodiagnostics (open to RCT students only)
PhD (Year 1)
Course work:
2a) Psych 751
Scientific and Professional Ethics
2b) Psych 754
Research Design and Test Construction
Practica: Psych 756 Clinical Practica I - Introduction to Assessment and Intervention (4 days per week; Summer Term)
PhD (Year 2)
Course work:
3a) Psych 752
Psychological Assessment
3b) Psych 753 Psychological Intervention

758 Longitudinal Practicum II (2 days per week; Fall/Winter Term)
756 Clinical Practica II – Advanced Assessment and Intervention (4 days per week; Summer Term)
PhD (Year 3)
Research Intensive Thesis work

PhD (Year 4)
**** Internship Year****

**** PhD Defense *****

There are two program timelines that are allocated according to the year of PhD entry (odd years / even years)

Example Program Timeline
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