ED-D 620

Educational Psychology: Doctoral Apprenticeship in Research

Units: 1.5

Individualized opportunity for doctoral students to develop advanced research skills by apprenticing in faculty research or extra-to dissertation research. Students are expected to spend approximately 9-10 hours a week participating in research activities. The apprenticeship typically involves a range of activities including organization and training of research assistants, submission of an ethics application, management of research databases, data analysis, and preparation and submission of materials for publication and/or presentation.


  • May be taken more than once for credit in different topics; however, only the first 1.5 units of credit can count toward the required elective credits.


  • Permission of the faculty.



Graduate course in the Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Summer Fall Spring

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