Summary of Basic Requirements for Admissions

Students are accepted into our program to work with individual faculty members as mentors. The Department gives preference to applicants who have a high potential for success in graduate school and who share research interests with prospective faculty supervisors. 

MSc Degree

  • A four-year undergraduate honour's degree, with thesis, in Psychology or a related field, or an undergraduate degree that is equivalent to our honour's degree. An undergraduate honours degree or equivalent in Psychology is required for admission into our Clinical program.
  • Minimum grade average  78% or B+ in the final two years of the undergraduate program
  • Official transcripts required for all instuitions attended during undergraduate program
  • GRE General Scores (verbal, quantitative, and analytical). *The GRE (General) is required for the Clinical Science & Psychopathology and Industrial/Organizational Fields of Research only.  Cognitive, Developmental, and Brain Sciences (CDBS) and Social, Personality and Developmental Psychology (SPDP) do not require the GRE (Geeneral) for admission to their Field of Research.
  • Two letters of reference from academic sources
  • If English is not your native language, an official copy of your TOEFL score
  • Statement of interest

PhD Degree 

  • A Thesis-oriented Master's degree in Psychology related field. A Master's degree in Psychology (with content that is primarily Clinical) is required for admission into our Clinical program.
  • Minimum grade average  78% or B+ in the Master's program.
  • Official transcripts required for all intuitions attended during undergraduate and masters programs.
  • GRE General Scores (verbal, quantitative, and analytical). *The GRE (General) is required for the Clinical Science & Psychopathology and Industrial/Organizational Fields of Research only.  Cognitive, Developmental, and Brain Sciences (CDBS) and Social, Personality and Developmental Psychology (SPDP) do not require the GRE (Geeneral) for admission to their Field of Research.
  • Two letters of reference from academic sources
  • If English is not your native language, an official copy of your TOEFL score
  • Statement of interest