In addition to Faculties of Graduate Studies and Education requirements, entry requirements for the Master of Science degree in School and Applied Psychology specialization include:
a) Honours degree in Psychology (or equivalent) is preferred; applicants with a degree in Psychology, previous experience in the Psychological field, and a grade point average of 3.00 (equivalent to a "B" or 70 per cent average) over the courses taken during the last two years of study will be considered.
b) A curriculum vitae and statement of research and professional interests including the specification of a prospective research supervisor from among current faculty.
c) Two academic references, one of which is normally from the undergraduate honours supervisor, if applicable.
d) For applicants required to provide proof of proficiency in English, a minimum TOEFL score of 97 (Internet-based test), an IELTS score of 7.0, or a MELAB score of 83. The test must have been taken within the last two years. Proficiency may also be met by successful graduation from Level III of the International Foundations Program (IFP).
e) A short statement of intent (approximately 500 words) indicating your reasons for wanting to pursue graduate work in this degree.
f) A list of any academic awards, achievements, honours or other distinctions you have received. Itemize the monetary amount and the total.
g) A list of all publications and conference presentations you have on your résumé and specify whether the work was peer reviewed or non-peer reviewed.
h) Information about any financial support for your degree in the form of an award, sponsorship, or other. Please indicate the dollar amount and duration of the support, and when it is to start.
i) A list of any professional school psychology experience you have had (employment or volunteer). Please specify full-time or part-time and for how long. If part-time, please specify how many hours per week.
j) A short statement of your research experience (approximately 200 words) with respect to your previous research experience and the research you would like to pursue in this degree.