The Master of Psychology curriculum is designed to provide clinical and counseling students with
knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary in preparing them to offer psychological services in a
variety of diagnostic, therapeutic, and assessment settings. The elective options further allow students
to have flexibility in selecting their theoretical orientation, preferred treatment models, and areas of concentration.
Unique to the Adler Master of Psychology Degree, applicants whose undergraduate degree is not a four-year honours in psychology may pursue a Transitional Equivalency with Adler in order to qualify for full admission to the M. Psy degree.
Adler Faculty of Psychology Master in Psychology Course Curriculum
Flexibility is a key differentiator of the Master in Psychology degree offered by Adler, as compared with other schools. Our courses are offered on weekends during the day (all day Saturday & Sunday on alternating weekends throughout the year), accommodating working professionals looking for a graduate degree in psychology. Adler students can complete their M.Psydegree full time in two years, and up to five years if pursuing part time.
All students are required to complete GPS 100: Thriving in Graduate School.