1. Click the “Apply Now” button, located above, which will take you to the Carleton 360 page.
  2. If you do not have a Carleton360 or MyCarletonOne (MC1) account, you will need to create one by clicking on “No Account? Register for Carleton 360”.
  3. Once you have created your account, you will be able to log in to Carleton 360, using your email address.
  4. Once logged in, you will be directed to the Carleton 360 home screen. From here, click on the “Apply Now” button on the right-hand side of the screen.
  5. Select the “Graduate Application” button to create a new application. Alternatively, if you already have an application in progress, you will see it below in the “In-Progress Applications” tab.
    1. If you are creating a new application, you will need to select your program, starting with the program level (Master’s or Doctoral).
      1. Next, you will select your department as Psychology
      2. Then, you will select your degree as a Master of Arts or Doctor of Philosophy
      3. Once you have selected the above two (2) options, you will not need to enter any key words. Click on the Search Now button.
      4. Select the option in the search results for either a Master of Arts: Psychology or Doctor of Philosophy: Psychology
      5. Next, please select your term of application, and click on the Apply button
  6. You will need to complete all sections in your application, including the following:
    1. Program Details
      1. Expected course enrollment (i.e. full time or part time studies)
    2. Personal Information
    3. Academic History
      1. This section includes entering information about your academic history as well as uploading PDFs of your transcripts now, or at a later date (before the deadline).
    4. Experience and Interests
      1. This is where you select up to THREE (3) potential supervisors. You are advised to contact potential supervisors before the application deadline to find out about their availability to supervise.
      2. You may also upload your Statement of Intent and Resumé/CV in this section now, or at a later date (before the deadline).
    5. Test Scores
      1. This section is where you can report and upload any test scores, including English Language Proficiency scores, which you can also upload at a later date (before the deadline).
    6. References
      1. In order to complete your application, you will need to provide the contact information for 2 referees. A referee is a faculty member with whom you have studied and is able to assess your potential for graduate level study and research. Ensure that the referee information provided on your application is accurate. Referees will be contacted once your application has been submitted. Valid institutional or organizational email addresses are preferred. Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, etc. are not encouraged and will be verified. Note: References from family members, friends, students, former or current classmates, employees, colleagues and/or Teaching Assistants are not accepted.
    7. Source of Interest
      1. This is an optional section to fill out for statistical purposes only.
    8. Declaration/Submit
      1. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to modify it.
  7. After you submit your online application you will be required to pay the non-refundable application fee of $110 for programs with admission in 2023. For programs with admission in 2024, the application fee is $120. This fee is payable to Carleton University and can be paid by INTERAC Online or Credit Card. Once your fee payment has been processed, you will be redirected to a Confirmation page. Within 1-3 business days, you will receive an email with further instructions and information.
    1. Once the application has been submitted and your application fee has been processed, it cannot be modified.
    2. Applications are considered complete when the online application form has been submitted (and paid), required supporting documents have been uploaded, and reference forms have been submitted electronically by your referees.

For more information on applying, visit the Graduate Admissions website.