Originally Posted by psych844
Their program is designed to meet the requirements to register as psychologist in Alberta.
They do require face time...that is a requirement. So the program is not totally through distance. I think the summers are used for seminars, etc
I don't really know much about the program, to be honest-- I don't think it is necessarily the same money grab as say, City University in Edmonton (http://www.cityu.edu/locations/americas/edmonton.aspx
), which basically only exists to take advantage of the fact that you can practice with an MA/MEd in Alberta, and that there are only a few CPA accredited Counselling/Clinical programs in Alberta. I know nothing about their requirements in terms of direct hours. However, I would be hesitant to get a Counselling degree from any non-accredited program, quite frankly.