CCAP Eligibility Requirements

In addition to the above requirements, CCAP requires the following for admission to the Master’s program:

An Honours B.A. or B.Sc. (or its equivalent) in Psychology or an allied field (Neuroscience, Applied Cognitive Science).
Students are normally expected to have taken courses across the breadth of psychology with particular courses relevant to clinical psychology (e.g., Developmental Psychology, Abnormal Psychology)
An overall GPA of A and a Psych GPA of A- minimally, based on roughly the final 2 years of coursework in your program.
Predominance of Outstanding ratings (10%) on referee letters and no issues identified on the Clinical Evaluation form that accompanies the Reference letter.
Experience working with children, adolescent, or families in some capacity. 
Excellent grades (A- minimally) in research design and statistics courses, and at least 2 statistics courses.
Applicants are expected to have undertaken a senior honours thesis project or senior research project equivalent.  Research experience beyond that required for the Honour’s thesis is desired.

Consideration for admission to the CCAP PhD program will be given to students with:

An MA in Child Clinical/Counselling Psychology. Applicants without this background should apply to the MA program.