Welcome to the Graduate Programs of the Department of Psychology at Queen’s University

The Department of Psychology has Graduate Programs at both the M.Sc. and the Ph.D. level in four areas - Clinical, Cognitive Neuroscience, Developmental, and Social-Personality.

We offer a wide range of Programs in core areas of Psychology, with a strong emphasis on fundamental research and discovery, as well as intensive training in clinical skills and applications. Our Department and Queen’s host world-class researchers and a number of sate-of-the-art techniques and laboratories. Our goal is to prepare students for successful careers in a variety settings, including academic institutions, clinical and health care settings, industry and the private sector, education, and many others.

The Cognitive Neuroscience, the Developmental, and the Social-Personality Programs are designed to emphasize research skills and scholarship, preparing students for either academic positions or for research posts in government, industry, and the like. The Clinical Program is designed to educate psychologists who will be proficient in both the scientific and clinical aspects of their profession, and who are capable of working in a variety of settings.

We want to hear from you

For information and/or general academic advising, please contact the Graduate Program Administrator:

Tianyi Zheng
Graduate Program Administrator
Humphrey Hall, Room 237
Department of Psychology
62 Arch Street, Queen's University, Kingston, ON
K7L 3N6 Canada
Tel: 613-533-6034
Email: psycgrad@queensu.ca

If you have more specific questions regarding our program/plans, please contact the Graduate Coordinator:

Dr. Mark Sabbagh
Graduate Coordinator

Humphrey Hall, Room 348
Department of Psychology
62 Arch Street, Queen's University, Kingston, ON
K7L 3N6 Canada
Tel: 613-533-2887
Email: sabbagh@queensu.ca