Master of Education in Counselling Psychology; (Global Mental Health & Counselling Psychology Field) Dual Degree Programs
Master of Education in Counselling Psychology; Dual Degree Programs Overview
Mental health and counselling psychology in a global context
Three dual degree programs offer pathways between U of T's Master of Education (MEd) in Counselling Psychology, Global Mental Health and Counselling Psychology (GMHCP) field, and the following international programs:
- Master of Medicine in Psychiatry and Mental Health (MMed); China Medical University (CMU)
- Master of Science in Applied Psychology (MSc); China Medical University (CMU)
- Master of Applied Psychology (MAP); Zhejiang University (ZJU)
Students will gain both degrees in three years rather than the four years it would take to acquire the degrees independently.
Applicants must apply directly to both the Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development at U of T and to the academic department at CMU or ZJU. Applicants must apply through U of T’s School of Graduate Studies online admissions application system.
For detailed information about the dual degree programs, please consult the School of Graduate Studies Calendar.
At a Glance
Full-time (9 sessions, 3 years)
Coursework & Masters Thesis
Funding and Tuition
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Applications for the 2023-2024 admissions cycle are set to open early October 2022.
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Why I Chose Applied Psychology & Human Development
Nivatha Moothathamby (Master of Arts 2021)
PhD student in Developmental Psychology and Education
"My journey at OISE has been filled with establishing positive and supportive relationships, learning the nuances of psychology and education, and understanding my role as a scholar and an activist. As a Tamil-Canadian, I come from a community that has faced racial injustices and intergenerational trauma. The Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development has provided me with academic resources and a community to explore and expand on these parts of my identity. Overall, OISE’s deep commitment to inclusion, diversity and equity is what drew me to apply. I found my place here."
Master of Education in Counselling Psychology; Dual Degree Admission Requirements
General Admission Requirements
Please visit the OISE Admissions website for detailed information about the application process, including general minimum admission requirements and supporting documents.
Program-Specific Information (Minimum Admission Requirements)
- Applicants must meet the admission requirements of both programs.
- Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies at U of T, as well as the specific requirements of the MMEd, MSc, or MAP program.
- An appropriate bachelor’s degree of any background or discipline, with a grade equivalent to a University of Toronto B+ or better in the final year or over senior courses, from a recognized university.
- At least one year of relevant counselling experience, which could be paid or volunteer.
- Normally, an interview is required prior to admission to the MEd program.
Students applying to the Global Mental Health field must arrange a suitable international practicum prior to being admitted to this program. The practicum is intended to link the theory, concepts, assessment, intervention strategies and research methods taught in the program to real life-practice.
Required Supporting Documents
All applicants must submit:
- Transcript(s) from each post-secondary institution attended
- Two letters of reference (One academic and one professional)
- A resume/curriculum vitae
Additional Program Information
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