Graduate Degree & Funding description
The integrated Masters degree in psychology or Doctorate degree in Psychology is designed to provide extensive specialized study.
The Experimental Program uses a research-mentoring model to provide individualized training in research and teaching to prepare students for research-oriented careers.
The Clinical Program provides students with sufficient skills in assessment, treatment and outcome evaluation to initiate careers in service settings under appropriate supervision as well as preparing students for academic and research careers in clinical psychology.
Type Of Funding
Specific Program Funding Information
Graduate students receiving funding from UNB in the form of a Graduate Academic Assistantship (GAA), Graduate Research Assistantship (GRA) or scholarship can arrange to have their tuition fees deducted bi-weekly from their funding.
Eligible students should visit the service counter at the location. Saint John campus students should visit the Human Resources office, located in room 114 of Oland Hall to make such arrangements.
At that time, students will be asked to present their original letter from UNB outlining their award offer and the amount of funding they will receive as well as a completed Fee Deduction Authorization Form. Please note that if you do not wish to pay your fees owing for the current term by your GAA or GRA that Financial Services will need to hold your funding until your fees have been paid by another method.
Amount For Phd
Amount For MSC
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