The Interprofessional Mental Health and Addictions program is a comprehensive and challenging program, condensed into 11 months of study, to prepare you for work in the field of mental health and addictions.
What to expect
Because this is a graduate program, you’ll find it to your advantage to be proficient with word-processing and research skills acquired in your undergraduate studies. You should expect to spend 16-20 hours each week on course content, assignments, projects, and studying. The time commitment may decrease as you become skilled at using the online learning platform and reading of texts and other resources. Depending on your experience and interests, the practicum component could include project work.
The practicum delivery takes place in the second half of your studies and will be 20 hours per week at a practice site, plus on-campus seminars.1
|Total||30||See What it Costs|
|All of||IMHA 510||Foundations for Practice||5||$660.75|
|IMHA 511||Therapeutic Relationships||5||$660.75|
|IMHA 512||Assessment and Planning||5||$660.75|
|IMHA 513||Intervention and Counselling Strategies||5||$660.75|
|IMHA 514||Interprofessional Practice||4||$528.60|
|IMHA 515||Practicum 2||6||$792.90|
- All courses have a two, one, or half-day on-campus component.
- All students must achieve a B- in IMHA 510, IMHA 511, IMHA 512 and IMHA 513 before proceeding to the practicum.
Note Tuition costs for the current academic year listed above are for domestic students and do not include any additional fees. See the What it Costs page for details.
Assessment occurs in all courses, and may include research papers, literature reviews, conceptual reflections/essays, projects, and exams.
We include assignments that meet a variety of learner needs and learning styles yet reflect a high standard and quality of education you would expect from a post–graduate program.