1. Admissions Requirements
  2. Faculty Supervisor
  3. Required Documents
  4. Application Deadlines
  5. Take the Next Steps

Admissions Requirements

Applicants are expected to:

  • Hold a B.A. or B.Sc. Honours (or the equivalent) in Psychology with at least high honours standing (A- or 80%)
  • Have completed an Honours’ research thesis
  • Have passed advanced statistics with an A- or 80%
  • Possess credit in a breadth of courses in line with the psychology major.

Please note that meeting the minimum requirements does not automatically guarantee acceptance into the program.

Faculty Supervisor

To be admitted, a professor must agree to supervise you. Because Faculty members don’t provide us with their availability, it is best that you contact them directly.

Our researchers are exploring psychology’s major areas including:

  • cognitive
  • developmental
  • forensic
  • health
  • personality and social

You can find information about the professors in the area that interests you by visiting our Research Areas page.

Required Documents

Applicants must provide the following documents:

  • 1-page Statement of Intent – should be a clear description of your research interests including the research question you wish to pursue. There is no required format, but do not exceed one page
  • CV
  • Two academic references
  • Academic transcript(s) and degree certificate(s) from each post-secondary institution attended (past and/or current)
  • If applicable: Language Proficiency scores – see below

Additional information on required documents is available on the Graduate Admissions page.

Application Deadlines

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