PhD in School & Clinical Child Psychology
Are you passionate about improving the mental health and well-being of children, youth and families? This program prepares you to become a leader in psychology practice and research in schools, mental health, community and university settings. It also provides you with the academic requirements for becoming a registered Psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO).
Full-time students receive a OISE Graduate Funding Package for their first four years of study. Students who advanced into this program from OISE's Master of Arts in School and Clinical Child Psychology program will receive a OISE Graduate Funding Package for their first three years of study.
OISE's Graduate Funding Package covers the cost of tuition, and helps offset other living expenses. Last year, awards averaged around $25,000 per eligible student.