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EDPY301 Introduction to Inclusive Education: Adapting Classroom Instruction for Students with Special Needs Course Page

Description: This course provides an introduction to teaching students with diverse learning support needs within the inclusive education context. Course content focuses on adapting classroom instruction and classroom environments to enhance learning for all students. May contain alternative delivery sections; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

EDPY302 Learning and Development in Childhood Course Page

Description: This course will include theoretical and practical aspects of physical, cognitive, social and emotional development and learning during the period from infancy to middle childhood (0-12 years). Prerequisite EDU 100 or pre/corequisite EDU 300 (After Degree students). Students may not receive credit for both EDPY 302 and EDPY 402. This course may not be taken for credit if credit for PSYCO 323 is already awarded. May contain alternative delivery sections; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

EDPY303 Educational Assessment Course Page

Description: This course will introduce students to the complexity of classroom assessment as a means of supporting and measuring student learning. The intent of this course is to develop an understanding of important concepts and issues in the evaluation of a learner's knowledge and skills, and to develop competence in constructing instruments and processes to evaluate learner performance. Prerequisite or corequisite: EDFX 325 or 350. May contain alternative delivery sections; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

EDPY304 Adolescent Development and Learning Course Page

Description: This course will include theories of development and learning, sociocultural influences on development and learning, and contexts of identity and health of adolescents. Prerequisite EDU 100 or pre/corequisite EDU 300 (After Degree students). Students may not receive credit for both EDPY 304 and EDPY 404. This course may not be taken for credit if credit for PSYCO 327 is already awarded. May contain alternative delivery sections; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

EDPY397 Educational Psychology Seminars Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

EDPY401 Assessment and Instruction of Students with Special Education Needs Course Page

Description: This course focuses on assessment, individualized program planning, and adapting instruction for students with special needs in the inclusive education context. Emphasis is placed on evidence-based instructional approaches for adapting instruction, and the importance of collaboration and consultation among stakeholders in meeting the needs of students who require special education services and supports. Students may not receive credit for both EDPY 401 and EDPY 497 Assessment and Instruction of Exceptional Learners. Prerequisite: EDPY 301.

EDPY413 Principles and Practice in Teaching ESL Learners Course Page

Description: Basic strategies for adapting instruction to accommodate ESL learners in their classes. Second language literacy, content-based instruction, and assessment will be covered. Not open to EDPY TESL Diploma or Master's students.

EDPY416 Introduction to the Teaching of English as a Second Language Course Page

Description: Focuses on principles of language learning, language learners, and learning contexts. Pre-/corequisite: LING 101.

EDPY417 Grammar of English for Teachers of Adult ESL Course Page

Description: The aim of this course is to develop students' explicit knowledge of English grammar, which provides the conceptual basis for grammar instruction. Emphasis will be placed on developing students' ability to provide explanations of the most important grammar rules for adult ESL and to design grammar focused activities. Prerequisite: LING 101 or equivalent.

EDPY418 Methodology in the Teaching of English as a Second Language to Adults Course Page

Description: Students will learn how to respond to adult ESL students' learning needs using current ESL teaching principles and techniques, design lesson plans, evaluate resources, and assess learner progress. Prerequisites: EDPY 416.

EDPY419 TESL Supervised Practicum Course Page

Description: This practicum is designed to provide EDPY TESL Diploma students with an opportunity to observe and teach in an established ESL program for adults. Restricted to EDPY TESL Diploma students. Other students require consent of the Department.

EDPY442 Introduction to Counselling Course Page

Description: Provides an overview of the field of Counselling Psychology, including its theoretical foundations, applications, and counselling skills. Prerequisite: EDPY 302 or 304, or equivalent.

EDPY446 Hope and the Helping Relationship Course Page

Description: Focuses on the theory, research, and practice of hope within classroom, counselling, and related professional settings. Addresses the impact of hope in individual, relational, and institutional contexts and explores current research in the area of hope enhancement.

EDPY454 Teaching Students with Challenging Behaviours Course Page

Description: This course focuses on understanding and managing the challenging behaviours of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioural problems in schools. Note: Students may not receive credit for both EDPY 454 and EDPSY 307 or EDPSY 357. May contain alternative delivery sections; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

EDPY458 Assessment and Programming for Children with a Specific Reading Disability Course Page

Description: Intent is to (a) provide students with a theoretical understanding of specific reading disabilities, (b) introduce students to widely used assessment tools and the interpretation of assessment results, and (c) develop competence in designing and implementing successful instructional programs for students with specific reading disabilities.

EDPY465 Mentoring Children and Adolescents Course Page

Description: Provides students with an introduction to and experience with mentoring children and adolescents. Students will attend presentations on topics related to mentoring and mentor children in a group or 1:1 capacity. Open to all students. Students may not receive credit for both EDPY 465 and EDPY 397/497 Mentoring Children and Adolescents.

EDPY470 Deaf Education: An Introduction and Survey Course Page

Description: This course provides a general understanding of the development and education of deaf and hard of hearing children highlighting the impact that deafness has upon both the process and products of language development. Students may not receive credit for both EDPY 470 and EDPSY 449.

EDPY472 Introduction to Language Development Course Page

Description: Provides an overview to the study of child language development and an introduction to educational considerations in teaching students with language or communication disorders. Students may not receive credit for both EDPY 472 and EDPSY 450.

EDPY474 Introduction to American Sign Language Course Page

Description: This is a practical course to develop basic skills in American Sign Language. Students may not receive credit for both EDPY 474 and EDPSY 451. Not to be taken by students with credit in ASL 111.

EDPY497 Senior Seminars Course Page

Description: Content varies from year to year. Topics announced prior to registration period. Prerequisite: consent of Department.

EDPY499 Directed Individual Study in Educational Psychology Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

EDPY500 Introduction to Data Analysis in Educational Research Course Page

Description: May contain alternative delivery sections; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

EDPY501 Introduction to Methods of Educational Research Course Page

Description: Priority given to graduate students in the Department of Educational Psychology.

EDPY503 Qualitative Methods of Educational Research Course Page

Description: An introduction to the theoretical perspectives, principles, processes, and methods of qualitative research. Prerequisite: EDPY 501 or equivalent.

EDPY505 Quantitative Methods I Course Page

Description: This course will focus on the analysis of data from experiments and surveys using the analysis of variance. Students will develop knowledge of and skills in understanding the underlying statistical models, matching statistical models to research designs, using computer software to conduct appropriate statistical analyses, and interpreting and reporting findings. Prerequisites: EDPY 500 or equivalent.

EDPY507 Measurement Theory I Course Page

Description: This course will introduce students to the concepts and procedures required to develop, administer, and use educational and psychological assessments. Emphasis will be placed on the foundational concepts related to reliability and validity. Prerequisites: EDPY 500 or equivalent.

EDPY510 Learning, Cognition and Education Course Page

Description: This course is concerned with aspects of human learning, cognition, and the practical application of these theories and methods within education.

EDPY517 Child/Adolescent Development: Theories and Issues Course Page

Description: Emphasis is on understanding child and adolescent development from the combined perspectives of research, theory and practical experience. Stages through to emerging adulthood will be studied. Intended for both masters and doctoral level students. Practitioners or theoreticians from related disciplines are welcome.

EDPY518 Individual Psychological Assessment: Psycho-Educational Foundations Course Page

Description: Theory, principles, and practice of psychological assessment. Students will gain clinical experience in working with individuals referred for psychological assessment. Prerequisites: EDPY 507 or equivalent and EDPY 521 or equivalent. Registration is restricted to School and Clinical Child Psychology and Counselling Psychology students. Students may not receive credit for both EDPY 518 and EDPY 545. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar

EDPY519 Individual Psychological Assessment: School and Clinical Applications Course Page

Description: Theory, principles, and practice of psychological assessment with an emphasis on school and clinical applications. Students will gain school and clinical experience in working with individuals referred for psychological assessment. Prerequisite: EDPY 518. Registration is restricted to School and Clinical Child Psychology and Counselling Psychology students. Students may not receive credit for both EDPY 519 and EDPY 545. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar

EDPY521 Foundations of Psychological Assessment Course Page

Description: This course deals with psychological and psycho-educational assessment and covers the basic principles and skills needed to administer and interpret standardized measures of cognitive abilities and academic achievement. Restricted to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology or Counselling Psychology programs. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and information for Students section of the Calendar.

EDPY523 The Practice of School and Clinical Child Psychology Course Page

Description: The course is intended to introduce students to the specialization of school and clinical child psychology. Topics discussed in this course include the history of school and clinical child psychology, exploration of professional identity, examination of foundational and functional competencies of practice and research, consideration of unique ethical issues in child psychology, and implementation of an evidence based practice approach. Restricted to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology program.

EDPY524 The Psychology of Technology-based Learning Course Page

Description: Using psychological theory as a framework, in this course, students explore the effects of technology on the cognitive processing, emotional responses and social interactions of learners across different types of technology, different ages of learners and different learning contexts. The course begins with an overview of key psychological theories then examines each type of technology from a psychological standpoint. This course focuses on the psychological impact of technology on learners, rather than how to use, design or produce educational technology.

EDPY527 School and Clinical Based Intervention Course Page

Description: This course provides an introduction to academic, behavioural, social, emotional, and counselling intervention with a particular focus on their application to school and clinical settings for use with children and adolescents. Restricted to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology or Counselling Psychology programs. Prerequisites: EDPY 507 and EDPY 536 or equivalents.

EDPY528 Foundations of Child and Adolescent Intervention Course Page

Description: The course takes a developmental psychological approach to understanding psychological practice and interventions with children and adolescents. Prerequisite: EDPY 527 or equivalent.

EDPY531 Developing an Effective School Counselling Program Course Page

Description: Addresses methods of needs evaluation, counselling program design, and program evaluation within school counselling settings. Includes key issues such as parent conferences, counsellor roles, and professional consultations. Priority given to students in School Counselling program.

EDPY532 Systems of Counselling Course Page

Description: This course introduces the major theories used in counselling/psychotherapy. Priority given to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology or Counselling Psychology programs or consent of Department.

EDPY533 Basic Skills, Issues and Attitudes in Counselling I Course Page

Description: This practicum course focuses on the development of foundational skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary for the professional practice of counselling. Restricted to students enrolled in the Counselling Psychology program.

EDPY534 Basic Skills, Issues and Attitudes in Counselling II Course Page

Description: Restricted to students enrolled in the Counselling Psychology program. Prerequisite: EDPY 533.

EDPY536 Ethical and Professional Issues in Psychological Practice Course Page

Description: This course is designed to increase knowledge of ethical, legal, and professional standards of psychological practice. Priority given to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology or Counselling Psychology programs or consent of Department.

EDPY538 Theory and Practice in Group Counselling Course Page

Description: This course is designed to develop an understanding of group theory and process and to acquire skills needed in leading a counselling group. Prerequisites or corequisites: EDPY 533 and 534 or consent of Department.

EDPY542 Cross-Cultural Counselling Course Page

Description: Designed to establish a theoretical and practical understanding of the factors that influence the nature and effectiveness of the cross-cultural counselling process. Includes multicultural counselling competencies, ethics in cross-cultural counselling interactions, models of racial and cultural identity development, multicultural assessment procedures, and culture-specific (emic) and universal (etic) helping styles. Priority given to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology, Counselling Psychology or Teaching English as a Second Language programs or consent of Department.

EDPY543 Mental Health Testing in Counselling Course Page

Description: Theory, research, and practice regarding mental health testing of adolescent and adult clients. Students will gain practical and technical assessment and testing experience, across a wide range of mental health tests, including personality, career, and general screening measures. Restricted to Counselling Psychology and School and Clinical Child Psychology students. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar

EDPY544 Principles of Psychological Testing and Assessment Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

EDPY546 Hope and the Helping Relationship Course Page

Description: Focuses on the theory, research, and practice of hope within classroom, counselling, and related professional settings. Addresses the impact of hope in individual, relational, and institutional contexts and explores current research in the area of hope enhancement.

EDPY550A School Counselling Practicum Course Page

Description: Practicum course consists of a supervised school counselling field placement as well as a clinic-based instructional seminar that focuses on professional and clinical issues related to the practicum experience. Restricted to students enrolled in the School Counselling program.

EDPY550B School Counselling Practicum Course Page

Description: Practicum course consists of a supervised school counselling field placement as well as a clinic-based instructional seminar that focuses on professional and clinical issues related to the practicum experience. Restricted to students enrolled in the School Counselling program.

EDPY552 Autism: Assessment and Intervention Course Page

Description: This course will provide an overview of learning and perceptual processes and current empirically based assessment and intervention supports relevant to autism.

EDPY555 Advanced Assessment and Intervention for Reading Disabilities Course Page

Description: This course provides students with an understanding of reading disabilities, introduces them to relevant assessment tools, and examines how to design and implement successful interventions for students with reading disabilities.

EDPY556 Issues and Trends in Special Education: Prevalence of Exceptionalities and Professional Practice Course Page

Description: Aspects of theory, research and professional practice within the field of special education will be examined in this class. All special needs and developmental disorders are considered, particularly in the realm of theory/practice relationships. Such issues as program evaluation, integration, personnel preparation, and the identification of special needs will be considered. Validity of current practices and beliefs will be addressed through reviews of research, theory, and legislation/policy and the relationship between these areas and professional practice.

EDPY560 Seminar on Research in Special Education Course Page

Description: Contemporary research and applications regarding children exhibiting exceptionalities are reviewed from the perspectives of current research paradigms and methods. Students apply these qualitative and quantitative models of exploration and knowledge development in terms of better informed practice and more adequate theory development. Pre/corequisite: EDPY 501 or equivalent.

EDPY575 Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Supervised Practicum Course Page

Description: This practicum is designed to provide EDPY TESL Master's students with an opportunity to observe and teach in an established ESL program for adults. Restricted to EDPY TESL Master's students.

EDPY581 Psychological Aspects of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education Course Page

Description: Introduction to the study of bilingualism. Deals with the following questions: What is bilingualism? How do we measure bilingualism? How does a person become bilingual? What are the consequences of individual and societal bilingualism? Prerequisite: LING 101 or equivalent.

EDPY585 Teaching and Learning Grammar in Second Language Education Course Page

Description: Explores how grammar teaching can be contextualized according to the principles of communicative language teaching. Theories concerning the relationship between adult learners' implicit and explicit knowledge of grammar will be reviewed, and different approaches to grammar instruction will be explored. Prerequisites: EDPY 416, EDPY 417, and EDPY 418 or equivalents, or consent of Department.

EDPY588 Teaching English as an International Language Course Page

Description: Issues relating to the teaching of English as a global language are explored. A general approach to analyzing the teaching of English for international communication in different settings is developed. Topics may include: functions of language; diglossia; World Englishes; language endangerment; language planning; communicative language teaching in non-Western settings; content-based instruction; washback in language testing. Prerequisite: LING 101 or equivalent.

EDPY590 Classroom Research Issues in Second Language Learning Course Page

Description: Introduction to applied linguistics research in second or foreign language classrooms. Topics typically include: methods of classroom research; teacher-student interaction; the effect of feedback on learner errors; form-focused instruction; strategy training. Prerequisite: EDPY 418 or equivalent.

EDPY591 Teaching Literacy and Reading to ESL Learners Course Page

Description: Theory and practice in the instruction of literacy and reading to ESL students. Prerequisite: EDPY 416.

EDPY593 ESL Assessment and Evaluation Course Page

Description: Introduction to assessment practices and procedures in ESL/EFL. Prerequisite: LING 101.

EDPY594 Teaching Pronunciation to ESL Learners Course Page

Description: Introduction to relevant research and specific classroom teaching strategies. Prerequisite: EDPY 416.

EDPY595 Settlement Adjustment Issues for ESL Immigrants to Canada Course Page

Description: Focuses on political, curricular, social, cultural, and linguistic factors that have an impact on immigrants to Canada.

EDPY597 Special Seminars Course Page

Description: Content varies from year to year. Topics announced prior to registration period. The student's transcript carries title descriptive of content. May be repeated.

EDPY597A Special Seminars Course Page

Description: Content varies from year to year. Topics announced prior to registration period. The student's transcript carries title descriptive of content. May be repeated.

EDPY597B Special Seminars Course Page

Description: Content varies from year to year. Topics announced prior to registration period. The student's transcript carries title descriptive of content. May be repeated.

EDPY599 Individual Directed Reading and Research Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

EDPY601 Advanced Doctoral Research Seminar Course Page

Description: This course is designed to provide doctoral students with a forum to gain skills and discuss topics related to conducting theoretical and applied research relevant to the practice of psychology. Prerequisite: EDPY 501, EDPY 505 or EDPY 503.

EDPY604 Mixed Methods Approaches to Educational Research Course Page

Description: Introduction to mixed methods research as a means of conducting educational research. Within each of the major mixed methods designs, the research problems addressed, data collection and analysis strategies, and reporting venues are discussed. Prerequisites: EDPY 501 or equivalent. Additional methods courses in quantitative and qualitative research are recommended.

EDPY605 Quantitative Methods II Course Page

Description: This course will introduce students to advanced statistical techniques that are frequently used in data analysis in the social sciences. Selected topics such as multiple regression, MANOVA, canonical correlation, principal component analysis, and factor analysis will be covered. Prerequisite: EDPY 505 or equivalent.

EDPY607 Measurement Theory II Course Page

Description: This course will focus on advanced topics and applications required to develop, administer, and use educational and psychological assessments. Emphasis will be placed on the application of theoretical concepts necessary for solving practical assessment problems. Prerequisite: EDPY 507 or equivalent. Formerly EDPY 508. Students cannot receive credit for both EDPY 508 and EDPY 607.

EDPY608 Selected Topics in Educational Measurement Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: EDPY 507 or equivalent.

EDPY610 Selected Topics in Learning, Cognition and Instruction Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: EDPY 510 or equivalent.

EDPY612A Research Practicum in Psychological Studies in Education Course Page

Description: This doctoral level practicum is designed to provide students with the opportunity to acquire community-research experience. There are two components to the course: (a) the community research placement, and (b) the professional development seminars. The professional development seminars are designed to address a number of topics in this area, as well as expose students to a number of current professional issues facing educational psychologists working in the research community. Prerequisites: completed first year of doctoral studies. Consent of department.

EDPY612B Research Practicum in Psychological Studies in Education Course Page

Description: This doctoral level practicum is designed to provide students with the opportunity to acquire community-research experience. There are two components to the course: (a) the community research placement, and (b) the professional development seminars. The professional development seminars are designed to address a number of topics in this area, as well as expose students to a number of current professional issues facing educational psychologists working in the research community. Prerequisites: completed first year of doctoral studies. Consent of department.

EDPY614 Social and Emotional Development Course Page

Description: Examines current theoretical, methodological, and applied issues in social and emotional behavioural development. Discussion of atypical development will also be incorporated.

EDPY615 Program Evaluation Course Page

Description: This course will introduce students to the theoretical ideas and practical applications of program evaluation. Prerequisites: EDPY 501 or equivalent.

EDPY621 Advanced Seminar in Special Education Course Page

Description: Deals with the theoretical foundations and current applied developments in the field of special education and student exceptionality.

EDPY630A Counselling Psychology Internship Course Page

Description: Students in the Doctoral Counselling Program must successfully complete a 1,600 hour internship accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association (or equivalent). Students must complete pre-session study seminars related to the internship application process, interviewing skills, and ranking of internship sites/decision making. Students are expected to participate in the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) matching process. Prerequisites: Consent of Department, completion of required coursework and completion of doctoral candidacy exam.

EDPY630B Counselling Psychology Internship Course Page

Description: Students in the Doctoral Counselling Program must successfully complete a 1,600 hour internship accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association (or equivalent). Students must complete pre-session study seminars related to the internship application process, interviewing skills, and ranking of internship sites/decision making. Students are expected to participate in the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) matching process. Prerequisites: Consent of Department, completion of required coursework and completion of doctoral candidacy exam.

EDPY632 History and Systems of Psychology Course Page

Description: Provides a historical examination of the philosophical and scientific development of the discipline of psychology. Priority given to PhD students enrolled in the Counselling Psychology program.

EDPY633 Advanced Counselling Practicum I Course Page

Description: This doctoral level practicum is designed to provide students with an opportunity to develop an approach to counselling that is congruent with professional, social and scientific standards, is sufficiently flexible to address the range of human variability, and is facilitative of client change. Prerequisite: EDPY 533 and 534 or equivalent.

EDPY634 Advanced Counselling Practicum Course Page

Description: This doctoral level Practicum is a continuation of EDPY 633, prerequisite: EDPY 633.

EDPY635 Counselling Speciality: Theory and Practice Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: EDPY 633 or equivalent.

EDPY640 Developmental Psychopathology Course Page

Description: This course will provide students with the theoretical and empirical preparation necessary for advanced clinical training in the diagnosis of mental disorders and psychopathology. This course will emphasize methods of conceptualizing the diagnostic process, with particular focus on developmental psychopathology, differential diagnosis, and assessment that is closely linked to intervention. Students will develop familiarity with the clinical presentation and diagnostic criteria of major mental disorders as they are commonly encountered in practice, primarily as defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders as well as coverage of alternate diagnostic systems such as the World Health Organization's International Classification of Diseases. The course will explore both strengths and weaknesses of the medical model of pathology as it applies to educational and psychological problems, leaving students to formulate and establish their approach regarding its utility in clinical practice. Restricted to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology or Counselling Psychology programs.

EDPY641 Child and Adolescent Advanced Assessment Course Page

Description: This course will focus on the process of psychological assessment and clinical tools used for identification of mental health and cognitive functioning in both children and adolescents. Restricted to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology or Counselling Psychology programs. Prerequisites: EDPY 518 or EDPY 519 or equivalent and EDPY 640 or equivalent.

EDPY642 Neuropsychological Basis of Learning and Development Course Page

Description: An overview of the neurobiological aspects of development: implications for biological, social, and cognitive functioning through childhood and adolescence. Prerequisite: EDPY 519 or equivalent.

EDPY643 Child/Adolescent Therapy and Intervention Course Page

Description: The course is intended to provide students with exposure to various modes of intervention with children and adolescents. Prerequisite: EDPY 641. Restricted to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology and Counselling Psychology programs.

EDPY644 Consultation in School and Clinical Child Psychology Course Page

Description: A clinical course intended to explore the role of the psychologist as consultant and collaborator. Topics discussed in this course include models/theories, related skill development, evaluation/techniques, and issues and trends related to collaboration. Restricted to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology and Counselling Psychology programs.

EDPY645A SCCP School Practicum Placement Course Page

Description: School setting practicum in School and Clinical Child Psychology. This doctoral level practicum is designed to provide students with practical, supervised experiences in both assessment and intervention in school settings. Pre/corequisite: EDPY 641. Restricted to PhD students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology program.

EDPY645B SCCP School Practicum Placement Course Page

Description: School setting practicum in School and Clinical Child Psychology. This doctoral level practicum is designed to provide students with practical, supervised experiences in both assessment and intervention in school settings. Pre/corequisite: EDPY 641. Restricted to PhD students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology program.

EDPY647A SCCP Clinical Practicum Placement Course Page

Description: Clinical setting practicum in School and Clinical Child Psychology. This supervised doctoral level practicum is designed to provide students with advanced assessment and intervention experience with children and adolescents in hospital clinics, children's mental health centres or clinical child and adolescent community settings. Pre/corequisite: EDPY 643. Prerequisites: EDPY 641 and EDPY 645. Restricted to PhD students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology program.

EDPY647B SCCP Clinical Practicum Placement Course Page

Description: Clinical setting practicum in School and Clinical Child Psychology. This supervised doctoral level practicum is designed to provide students with advanced assessment and intervention experience with children and adolescents in hospital clinics, children's mental health centres or clinical child and adolescent community settings. Pre/corequisite: EDPY 643. Prerequisites: EDPY 641 and EDPY 645. Restricted to PhD students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology program.

EDPY650A School and Clinical Child Psychology Internship Course Page

Description: A supervised training program designed to provide students in the doctoral program in School and Clinical Child Psychology with a planned, programmed sequence of training experience. Students must successfully complete an approved 1,600 hour internship. Restricted to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology doctoral program. Prerequisites: Consent of Department, successful completion of coursework and candidacy exam.

EDPY650B School and Clinical Child Psychology Internship Course Page

Description: A supervised training program designed to provide students in the doctoral program in School and Clinical Child Psychology with a planned, programmed sequence of training experience. Students must successfully complete an approved 1,600 hour internship. Restricted to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology doctoral program. Prerequisites: Consent of Department, successful completion of coursework and candidacy exam.

EDPY680 Seminar in Teaching English as a Second Language Course Page

Description: This seminar will give doctoral students the opportunity to become acquainted with research and theory in educational linguistics.

EDPY697 Special Seminars Course Page

Description: Content varies from year to year. Topics announced prior to registration period. The student's transcript carries title descriptive of content. May be repeated.

EDPY699 Individual Directed Reading and Research Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

EDPY903 Directed Research Project Course Page
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