Five things to know about the Clinical Neuropsychology track at the University of Windsor:
- Our program takes a lifespan perspective on neuropsychology. Graduate students take required courses across the lifespan and have the option to add electives near the end of their program in particular developmental stages or practice approaches.
- Our growing investment in research provides unique opportunities to our graduate students. Students have access to research resources within Clinical Neuropsychology, in the Psychology Department, and through the university. Research groups are designing new studies each year as well as analysing secondary datasets.
- Our faculty are invested in our graduate students. Students are assigned an academic advisor prior to their arrival and typically identify a research supervisor prior to their first day of class. This helps our students get a "running start" in graduate school.
- Our students do well. Because our program meets Houston Conference guidelines and requirements for registration/licensure in Canada and the United States, our students go on to one of their top choices on internship and are much sought after in a number of settings.
- The city of Windsor and the surrounding area has all of the benefits of a mid-size Canadian city with easy access to a major American city. The pennisula on which Windsor sits is known as the "Sun Parlour of Canada" due to its warm summers and temperate winters. This area also has a very reasonable cost of living. You can find out more about our area on the city website.