Department of Psychology
MA & PhD Programs
Our graduate program has been designed to provide intensive research training and to develop the capacity for a critical and scholarly approach to issues in each of the three focus areas: Behavioural Neuroscience, Lifespan Development, and Social/Personality. The relatively small size of our program affords our graduate students many opportunties to interact intensively with faculty, play an important role in faculty research laboratories, and be mentored carefully by their supervisors.
Students have the opportunity to develop breadth as scholars through participation in courses such as the focus area research seminars. For PhD students, the acquisition of applied and job-related skills is facilitated through the completion of one of three apprenticeship credits: Teaching, Research, and Community.
Listed to the right are links to pages for specific information about the program. For general information about graduate programs at Brock, including funding information, deadlines, scholarships, etc., please see this website: http://www.brocku.ca/gradstudies.
Message from the Grad Director
|Instructions for Applications|
How to apply to the program; deadlines...
|Graduate Studies Calendar |
A link to the current Graduate Calendar
|Faculty Research Interests|
Faculty research, contact, recent publications
|Description of the Program|
Areas; special features; part-time option; resources...
|Current Graduate Courses Offered |
A listing of this year's course offerings
|Our Graduate Students|
Current students, contact information
Our PhD graduates
|Frequently Asked Questions|
Answers to frequently asked questions
|Wendy Murphy Award|
Description of award and winners
For Current Students
|Policies & Procedures Manual (revised March 2013) |
A PDF of our Graduate P & P Manual 2013
List of Psychology Graduate Theses
Annual In-House Conference