Graduate Courses 2022-2023

  • Academic advising is available in person, by phone or by email.  You must email gradpsychology@carleton.ca to book an appointment for an in person or phone call meeting. Walk-in appointments will not be accepted. 
  • Important Dates and Deadlines
  • Any course taken outside of the Department of Psychology and all transfer credit requests must be approved by the Graduate Chair.

Information provided below is subject to change. Refer to the Public Class Schedule for day, time and location. All courses are listed in the Graduate Calendar. Please refer to it for prerequisite information.

Category: CC=Course Content course  PD=Professional Development course  ES=Elective Statistics course

Term:         F=Fall term  W=Winter term  S=Summer term  T=Full year course (Fall & Winter)

5000 Level Category  Term Instructor
PSYC 5004: Knowledge Mobilization PD W TBD
PSYC 5015: Methods in Personality and Social Psychology CC F K. McCabe
PSYC 5027 S: Sex Offenders CC S 2022 K. Nunes
PSYC 5209: Physiological Synchrony CC F C. Danyluck
PSYC 5407: Scale Development and Psychometrics ES F C. Leth-Steensen
PSYC 5410: Advanced Analysis of Variance F A. Howard
PSYC 5411: Advanced Regression W A. Howard
PSYC 5412: Latent Class/Cluster Analysis ES W C. Leth-Steensen
PSYC 5415: Multilevel Modeling ES F A. Howard
PSYC 5417: Categorical Data Analysis ES W Y. Liu
PSYC 5601: Individual Differences CC W K. McCabe
PSYC 5800 A: Intergenerational Trauma CC S 2022 B. Bezo
PSYC 5800 F: Mindfulness and Well-Being CC F TBD
PSYC 5800 G: Paraphilias and Paraphilic Disorders: Theory, Assessment and Treatment CC F K. Babchishin
PSYC 5800 H: Female Offenders CC W S. Brown
PSYC 5800 K: Police Interviewing Techniques CC F K. Luther
PSYC 5800 L: Exploring Autism CC F V. Lee
PSYC 5800 N: Self Regulation & Goal Pursuit CC W M. Milyavskaya
PSYC 5800 X: Conflict & Conflict Resolution CC W M. Wohl
PSYC 5801 F: Data Visualization ES F Y. Liu
PSYC 5804 A: Introduction to Clinical Skills and the Helping Professions CC F TBD
PSYC 5804 B: Clinical Approaches to the Assessment and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders CC S 2022 K. Lassiter
PSYC 5804 B: Clinical Approaches to the Assessment and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders CC W TBD
PSYC 5804 C: Psychophysiological Methods CC W C. Danyluck
PSYC 5804 D: Child and Adolescent Mental Health CC W M. Rogers
PSYC 5804 E: Occupational Health Psychology CC W K. Dupré
PSYC 5900: Directed Studies CC F-W-S Application
PSYC 5901: Independent Research CC F-W-S Application
PSYC 5903: Practicum in Psychology PD F-W-S M. Wohl
PSYC 5904 W Community Mental Health and Well-Being Practicum [Required for Concentration in Mental Health and Well-being] PD F J. Pozzulo
PSYC 5905: Applied Community Mental Health and Well-Being[Required for Concentration in Mental Health and Well-being ] PD W J. Pozzulo
PSYC 5906: Pro-Seminar in Psychology T J. Peetz
PSYC 5909: Masters Thesis F-W-S
6000 Level Category  Term Instructor
PSYC 6410: Capstone Research Project [Required for Concentration in Quantitative Methodology] ES W A. Howard
PSYC 6114: Teaching Practicum PD F-W-S M. Wohl
PSYC 6900: Directed Studies CC F-W-S Application
PSYC 6901: Independent Research CC F-W-S Application
PSYC 6903: Practicum in Psychology PD F-W-S M. Wohl
PSYC 6906: Pro-Seminar in Psychology I T J. Peetz
PSYC 6907: Pro-Seminar in Psychology II T J. Peetz
PSYC 6909: Doctoral Thesis F-W-S

Every effort is made to ensure accuracy.
However, the course list and information that appears on the individual course pages (e.g., designated instructor, evaluation criteria and instructor statements) are subject to change. Updates will be posted as necessary. Please keep this in mind when making registration decisions.