Collaborative Specializations

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Collaborative Specializations

Collaborative specializations enrich scholarly activity by creating common, multidisciplinary experiences for students to connect around a particular area of focus outside their home graduate unit. They are offered to graduate students across the University of Toronto, uniting multiple disciplines to provide a truly unique education experience.

Collaborative Specializations Available To APHD Students

Addiction Studies

Participating degree programs:

  • Counselling and Clinical Psychology, MA, PhD

Aging, Palliative and Supportive Care Across the Life Course

Participating degree programs:

  • Counselling and Clinical Psychology, MA, PhD
  • Counselling Psychology, MEd, EdD

Community Development

Participating degree programs:

  • Counselling and Clinical Psychology (Clinical and Counselling Psychology field), MA
  • Counselling Psychology, MEd

Educational Policy

Participating degree programs:

  • Developmental Psychology and Education, MA, MEd, PhD

Neuroscience

Participating degree programs:

  • Developmental Psychology and Education, MA, PhD

Sexual Diversity Studies

Participating degree programs:

  • Counselling and Clinical Psychology, MA, PhD
  • Counselling Psychology, MEd, EdD

Women and Gender Studies

Participating degree programs:

  • Counselling and Clinical Psychology, MA, PhD
  • Counselling Psychology, MEd, EdD