This full time program requires the completion of 36 credit
units of academic course work, including 6 credit units of practicum
experiences, two non-credit graduate seminars, and a thesis. The program
focuses intensely on the integration of research and practice. The objective
is to prepare future psychologists who provide direct (assessment, intervention)
and indirect (consultative, collaborative, advocacy) psychological services
to children, youth and young adults, their families, school personnel,
and the community. Graduates from this program will be trained as ethical,
scientist practitioners who have competencies to work as members of interdisciplinary
teams in a variety of academic, research, school, mental health, government,
community agency, and private practice settings.
Bachelor of Education, or Bachelor
of Arts (Honours) in Psychology, or Bachelor Degree (Honours) in an area other than Psychology or Education.
A minimum of one year of successful work experience in a human services field.
Successful completion of select pre-requisite courses based on type of undergraduate degree. For further
information on pre-requisite courses, please contact the EPSE Graduate Secretary at
Approved Prerequisite Equivalent Courses - Check the most up-to-date Course Equivalency List. Courses that have been assessed as equivalent (or not) to University of Saskatchewan courses are listed by university. The attached list is current to October 1, 2012. If a course you'd like reviewed for equivalency is not listed, please forward a course equivalency request to the EPSE graduate secretary at email@example.com and attach the course syllabus/calendar course description.
Course Requirements for Masters in School and Counselling