Interested students are required to complete the application for the Master of Psychology Degree.
A conditional acceptance will be offered to those who meet basic program requirements including an
undergraduate degree with at least two full university courses in psychology. Students then complete
the Transitional Equivalency program in order to gain full admission to the M.Psy.
For the Transitional Equivalency, a student's individual requirements are assessed and a study plan is created. The student works with the Director of the Transitional Equivalency program on an individual and/or small class basis to complete their required course(s). To accommodate our TE students' typically busy schedules, instruction is conducted live and interactively over Skype. This may take anywhere from 2 to 18 months, depending on the number of courses required for completion. At the beginning of their studies, TE students are also expected to complete GPS 100 - Surviving and Thriving in Graduate School.