Department of Psychology

Department of

Psychology

Department of

Psychology

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GRADUATE STUDIES

Prospective Students

Application Deadline

The admissions application deadline is 01 December of each year for entry at the start of the upcoming academic session beginning in September.

ALL supporting documents, including GRE scores, references, etc. must be received by 01 December in order to be considered.

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Not sure if you have everything you need to apply? Read below.

Graduate Programs Offered

MSc. AND PhD. PROGRAM MAPS

Psychology MSc Program Map

View the MSc Program Map (PDF, 1.2 MB)

Psychology PhD Program Map

View the PhD Program Map (PDF, 1.2 MB)

How to Apply

Selecting Your Area of Study
Review the 4 graduate programs above to determine which area best suits your interest and background.

Connecting With A Potential Graduate Supervisor
After you have identified your area of interest, research faculty member profiles associated with the chosen area of interest. Determine which of these faculty are accepting students for the upcoming academic session by visiting the Available Faculty Supervisors page

How to Ask for a Reference Letter
You will need two academic references to complete your graduate application package. How to Ask for a Reference Letter (PDF, 22 KB) provides you with instructions on how to identify a potential referee and what information you can provide them with to assist them in preparing a strong reference letter.

Application Deadline
The Department of Psychology's application deadline is: 01 December by 11:59 pm.

Applications completed after 01 December will normally not be considered.

GRE Requirement
The General GRE scores are mandatory for all applications to the Clinical, Developmental, and Social Programs. The Psychology Subject GRE score is mandatory for ONLY the applicants who do NOT have an honours undergraduate degree in Psychology. If you are required to complete the Subject GRE, the official scores must be submitted by 01 January.  

For applications to the Cognitive Neuroscience Program, General and Psychology Subject GRE scores are recommended, but are not mandatory.

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The Profession of Psychology

Psychology is a particularly diverse profession encompassing research, teaching and applied work. While the two former activities are relevant mainly, but by no means exclusively to universities, applied psychologists work in a wide variety of settings including: industry, management, the school systems, private practice, penitentiaries, and hospitals. Like members of all professions, the conduct of psychologists whether they are engaged in practice, teaching or research, is regulated by principles, standards and by statute

To learn more about the Profession of Psychology visit:

Career Opportunities with your Psychology Degree

Our graduate students go on to a variety of interesting employment opportunities following completion of their degree.  To learn more about possible post-degree opportunities in your future take at look at Where Are They Now? (PDF, 123 KB)

The Association of Graduate Students in Psychology:  AGSIP

 

If you have general questions regarding our program, contact:

Angie Maltby
Graduate Program Administrator

Department of Psychology, 62 Arch Street
Queen's University
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
Canada
Tel: 613-533-2872
Email: psycgrad@queensu.ca

If you have specific questions regarding our program, contact:

Tara MacDonald, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Coordinator of Graduate Studies
Department of Psychology, 62 Arch Street
Queen's University
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
Canada
Tel: 613-533-2873
Email: tmacdon@queensu.ca