Questions about graduate admissions? See our admission guide (in French) for answers to all your questions concerning this topic.
The graduate programs offered by the Department of Psychology prepare students for careers in science or professional practice.
MSc – Research and PhD - Research graduates can pursue careers in research or teaching. PsyD graduates can become licensed psychologists. Graduates from our PhD – Research and Intervention programs may choose to pursue careers in any of those fields.
After completing the BSc in Psychology or a BScwith a Major in Psychology, students may be admitted directly to programs that lead to membership in the Ordre des psychologues du Québec:
- PsyD in Psychology - Clinical
- PhD in Psychology - Research and Intervention (PhD Psychology - R/I)
Admission to both programs is limited, and excellent marks are required.
- MA in Psychology - Research
- PhD in Psychology - Research
- PhD in Psychology - Clinical
- PhD in Psychology - Research and Intervention
- Short Graduate Program in Clinical Neuropsychology (PhD level) (Microprogramme de 3e cycle en neuropsychologie clinique)
To practise as a psychologist, you must hold a doctoral degree (PsyD or PhD R/I) in order to become a member of the Ordre des psychologues du Québec. You can then work in:
- The healthcare system
- The social services system
- The education system
- Private companies
- Private clinics
- Colleges and universities
Psychologists and psychology researchers can also find jobs in innovative fields like:
- Social psychology
- Health psychology
- Cognitive neuroscience
- Normal and pathological child development
- Work and organizational psychology
- Normal and pathological aging