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Programs with additional requirements

In addition to the general admission requirements, the programs listed below have extra program-specific requirements. These additional requirements must be arranged with the departments to which you are applying. It is your responsibility to make these arrangements. Please click on the names of the programs below for information about letters of intent, portfolios, interviews, auditions and specific deadline dates.

Faculty of Arts and Science

Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their statement of purpose.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work. When you are accepted by a supervisor, forward an email with your supervisors approval to biograd.fas@concordia.ca, be sure to include your full name and student ID number as well as the email exchange with the approval of the supervisor.

Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their statement of purpose.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work. When you are accepted by a supervisor, forward an email with your supervisors approval to biograd.fas@concordia.ca, be sure to include your full name and student ID number as well as the email exchange with the approval of the supervisor.

Please note that due to the competitive nature of this program, candidates meeting minimum requirements may not be accepted. Some candidates may be asked to interview with a committee member to aid in the final decision.

  • Statement of purpose (500 words or less) that includes:
    • reasons for choosing the M.A. Child Studies program
    • current academic and professional goals and how they relate to your past experience
    • relevant achievements or contributions in academic, professional, or community contexts
    • if you wish, indicate the names of one or more faculty members you might like to work with to complete a thesis or internship project

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of Purpose (approx. 500 words) that describes your academic and/or professional background (including publications, awards and relevant employment), your career goals, and the reasons why you believe Concordia’s PhD in Communication program will offer you the right ‘home’ for your studies. If relevant, please also indicate any scholarships, fellowships or bursaries you have already secured for your PhD studies or for which you intend to apply.
  • Research Statement (approx. 1500-2000 words) that describes in detail the proposed area(s) and program of research. Please also append a bibliography (max. 1 page) representing key works in your proposed area of study.
  • Optional support material may include writing samples or completed research/creation projects (website links, cds, dvds, or other documentation) to be sent to the university drop-off courier address.

A 600-word statement of purpose explaining your understanding of CED, motivations for application, experiences with CED/community work and related knowledge and skills.

Reference and assessment forms

  • If you are applying with an undergraduate degree: Two Confidential Letters of Reference and Academic Assessment forms; one from an academic source and one from a work/volunteering-related source attesting to your experience in CED.
  • If you are applying without an undergraduate degree: Three Confidential Letters of Reference and Academic Assessment forms from work/volunteering-related sources attesting to your experience in CED and your ability to pursue graduate studies.
  • If your primary language is not English or French, you are required to submit official language test scores, unless exempted. If you were not educated in an institution whose language of instruction is the same as that of the language of the year of study you are applying to, you may be required to complete a short assessment by videoconferencing with the director of the program.

In certain cases, you may be required to do an interview.

All interested individuals should apply directly to the Micro-Program in the Foundations of Teaching in Higher and Continuing Education.

The application dossier should include:

  • Detailed CV
  • Transcripts from most recent and/or current post-secondary institutions.
  • Two letters of reference that address your potential as an instructor.
  • Statement of purpose (500 to 750 words) which outlines your interest in and experience with teaching, other career experiences that prepared you for teaching, your teaching philosophy, your reasons for applying to this program, and the context in which you hope to apply the skills developed in it—Cegep or college, continuing or professional education, or university.
  • Demonstration of proficiency in English. If the primary language is not English, demonstration that proficiency in English is sufficient to work as an instructor: IELTS: minimum score of 6.5 overall with at least a 7.0 score each on speaking and listening. TOEFL: Minimum overall score of 92 with a minimum 25 each on speaking and listening. DET – minimum score of 120. Please refer to the Graduate Admission page for additional information on the Language Proficiency requirements and exemptions. 

  • Lettres de recommandation :
    • Si vous détenez un diplôme universitaire de 1er cycle, vous devez fournir les formulaires d’évaluation du candidat dûment remplis ainsi que deux lettres de recommandation (confidentialité assurée).
    • Si vous ne détenez pas un diplôme universitaire de 1er cycle, vous devez fournir les formulaires d’évaluation du candidat dûment remplis ainsi que trois lettres de recommandation (confidentialité assurée).
  • Lettre de motivation de deux ou quatre pages précisant :
    • vos principaux champs d’intérêt;
    • vos attentes quant au programme d’études;
    • le lien de celles-ci avec vos objectifs personnels ou professionnels;
    • vos forces et vos lacunes; et
    • la façon dont vous entendez contribuer à l’approfondissement du savoir sur le développement économique communautaire.

  • A statement of purpose (5 pages, double spaced), including: 
    • a brief overview of your university studies and what courses, professors, or scholarly work and theorists were the most influential and/or most challenging; 
    • a brief description of the type of research you would like to undertake; 
    • the name of a potential supervisor from our full-time faculty whose research area complements your own (it is advantageous to have communicated with them and that they have agreed to work with you [if admitted], but not required for application); 
    • a list of courses in our program which are of particular interest to you. 
  • Three Letters of Reference and assessment form (2 must be from academic sources)
  • Curriculum vitae (CV) including a summary of any work experience (paid or voluntary) that is relevant to your application 
  • Sample(s) of journalism (any format), research or research-creation (10 pages maximum) (Optional)

  • Applicants are not required to find a supervisor prior to admission in the program
  • GRE is not required
  • Please review the Graduate admission standards

  • Applicants are not required to find a supervisor prior to admission in the program
  • GRE is not required
  • Please review the Graduate admission standards

Supervision: It is not necessary to solicit a supervisor as part of the application process. Upon admission, a primary supervisor and committee are assigned to guide the student through the comprehensive exams. After passing the comprehensive exam, the student can consult with the supervisor about whether the committee should remain the same moving forward or if changes would better complement the student’s research focus.

Statement of Purpose: Your statement of purpose should give an overview of your research interests and goals. It should: 

  • state your preferred area(s) of concentration within the PhD program in Education (Applied Linguistics, Child Studies, Educational Studies, or Educational Technology).
  • briefly outline your research plan including introduction, theoretical issues, main research questions, methodology, and key references.
  • explain how the plan relates to the research of one or two tenured or tenure-track faculty in the department (consult the list of fulltime, tenured or tenure-track faculty members at the Departmental website

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of purpose (two pages maximum): Outline your academic background and, as specifically as possible, describe a program of research and/or creation (for creative writing applicants) you will pursue during the degree. Describe your future goals related to your proposed graduate work. The English Graduate Program Committee invites members of equity-seeking groups to identify themselves if they wish.
  • Creative Writing portfolio (for creative writing option).
  • A sample of your written work (for English Literature option), such as a course paper. Fifteen pages maximum.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of purpose (three pages maximum): Outline your academic background and provide a detailed description of the research project you expect to develop in our program, including the relevance of your project to faculty and research projects in the department. (Please note that you are not expected to name a supervisor in the application.) The English Graduate Program Committee invites members of equity-seeking groups to identify themselves if they wish.
  • A sample of your written work. Fifteen pages maximum.

  • Three Letters of Reference and assessment form (two of which must come from academic referees).
  • Statement of purpose (250 to 500 words maximum) should include the type of experience and background you have and your expectations of the program.

  • Statement of Purpose (250 to 500 words maximum). This statement should include the type of experience and background you have and your expectations of the program.
  • Three Letters of Reference and assessment form, two of which must come from academic referees.

Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their statement of purpose.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

Download our Graduate Student Handbook for detailed information.

Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their statement of purpose.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work. 

Download our Graduate Student Handbook for detailed information.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • One letter of reference and assessment form.
  • Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their Department of Health, Kinesiology, and Applied Physiology graduate entrance form.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Two letters of reference and assessment form.
  • Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their Department of Health, Kinesiology, and Applied Physiology graduate entrance form.

Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their statement of purpose.

Copy of a history term paper, preferably from an advanced course or Honours seminar. 

Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their statement of purpose.

MA thesis chapter or copy of history term paper from MA seminar.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of purpose should clearly delineate student's development of intervention expertise for a particular domain of professional practice. 
  • An interview is required before admission to the program.  Selected applicants will be contacted by the program office.

  • Three Letters of Reference and assessment form (2 must be from academic sources) 
  • Statement of purpose (approximately 600 words), outlining your background, work experience, and desire to be a journalist 
  • Curriculum vitae (CV) including a summary of any work experience (paid or voluntary) that is relevant to your application 

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of Purpose
    A two page description of your particular academic interests, the pertinence of your educational background to those interests, and how this degree program would support them. The statement should clearly outline what it is you wish to study, why you would like to study it, and what are your interests in pursuing this graduate degree. The statement should also include a paragraph or two describing a project you might undertake for your Guided Research Paper or Thesis (although you may conceive of a different project during your studies.) The project proposed should be focused and specific, rather than wide and vague. Please also include your competence in languages relevant to your study.
  • A Writing sample
    Submit a brief sample of your scholarly writing in English or French (approx. 1500-2500 words)
  • Interview (at the discretion of the department)
    In certain cases, you may also be contacted at a later point for additional information or for an in-person or telephone interview.

     

Applicants are required to identify potential supervisors in their application form.

Applicants are required to identify potential supervisors in their application form.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of purpose (5 pages, double-spaced) and should:
    • provide a brief overview of your undergraduate studies and what courses, professors, or scholarly work and theorists were the most influential and/or the most challenging;
    • detail briefly the type of potential research (thesis or project) you would like to undertake;
    • identify courses in our program which are of particular interest to you and professors you feel might support your research interests;
    • recount any work experience (paid or voluntary) that is relevant to your application.
  • Writing sample (e.g. a research paper or essay from a senior undergraduate course).

Conditions d'admission spécifiques au programme :

  • Une (1) lettre de recommandation (professeur ou employeur) accompagnée du formulaire pour la lettre de recommandation.
  • Preuve de compétence en français (pour les candidats dont le français n’est pas la langue première)
    • Les candidats dont la langue première n’est pas le français doivent prouver que leur niveau de compétence langagière est suffisant pour poursuivre leurs études de deuxième cycle dans ce programme, considérant qu’il s’agit d’un programme d’enseignement de la langue française. Les candidats peuvent joindre à leur dossier une preuve de compétence officielle (TCF, DELF/DALF, TEF, TCFQ ou autres tests/diplômes standardisés), mais le comité d’admission se réserve le droit de demander aux candidats de passer un test de langue française au département (gratuit, d’une durée de trois heures et organisé au cas par cas par la direction de programme).  

Applicants are required to complete the Nanoscience and Nanotechnology supplementary application information form after submitting the online application. Be sure to include your 8-digit student id number.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of Purpose (maximum 1,250 words) should include a description of the research you would like to undertake.
  • Sample(s) of your writing, around 2,500 to 3,750 words.

Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their statement of purpose.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their statement of purpose.
  • Copy of Master's thesis.
  • An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of purpose (2 pages, single spaced) should:
    • provide a synopsis of your research interests and goals;
    • identify your particular fields of interest (i.e., intended fields of specialization);
    • explain how an MA in Political Science from Concordia University will help you achieve your goals;
    • identify at least one tenured or tenure-track faculty member with whom you would like to work. NB: students do not have to find a supervisor prior to admission;
    • highlight how your research interests fits with ongoing research in the department;
    • explain what makes you a good candidate for the program.
  • Writing sample. You may submit any of the following as your writing sample:
    • introduction and one chapter of your honours thesis;
    • a research paper from an upper-level (i.e., senior) seminar for which you received an “A” grade;
    • a conference paper for which you are the sole author;
    • a publication for which you are the sole author (e.g., in an undergraduate journal).

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of purpose (2 pages, single spaced) should:
    • provide a synopsis of your research interests and goals;
    • identify your particular fields of interest (i.e., intended fields of specialization);
    • explain how an PhD in Political Science from Concordia University will help you achieve your goals;
    • identify at least one tenured or tenure-track faculty member with whom you would like to work. NB: students do not have to find a supervisor prior to admission;
    • highlight how your research interests fits with ongoing research in the department;
    • explain what makes you a good candidate for the program.
  • Writing sample. You may submit any of the following as your writing sample:
    • introduction and one chapter of your master's thesis;
    • a peer-reviewed publication for which you are the sole author;
    • a conference paper for which you are the sole author;
    • an MA-level term paper for which you received an “A” grade.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their application form.
  • Statement of Purpose (1500 words) describing applicant's academic interest, primary area of concentration and research goals.
  • Please complete the Psychology background summary form once you have submitted your online application and include your 8-digit student id number.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their application form.
  • Statement of Purpose (1500 words) describing applicant's academic interest, primary area of concentration and research goals.
  • Please complete the Psychology background summary form once you have submitted your online application and include your 8-digit student id number.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of purpose should include a brief description of your particular academic interests and the pertinence of your educational background to those interests. Please include mention of your competence in languages relevant to your study.
  • Description of Proposed Research should include a description of a proposed thesis, including methodology and select bibliography. The description should be from 1,000 to 2,000 words, and the bibliography should present ten to twenty primary and secondary sources.  You may include this item together with your Statement of Purpose.
    • The interests and focus of many students evolve and change in the course of their academic career, and you will not be obliged to write on the topic you propose in your Description of Proposed Research. The Admissions Committee will use your Description of Proposed Research to assess your ability to conceive a viable project and to identify potential advisors.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of Purpose
    A two page description of your particular academic interests, the pertinence of your educational background to those interests, and how this degree program would support them. The statement should clearly outline what it is you wish to study, why you would like to study it, and what are your interests in pursuing this graduate degree. The statement should also include a paragraph or two describing a project you might undertake for your Guided Research Paper or Thesis (although you may conceive of a different project during your studies.) The project proposed should be focused and specific, rather than wide and vague. Please also include your competence in languages relevant to your study.
  • A Writing sample
    Submit a brief sample of your scholarly writing in English or French (approx. 1500-2500 words)
  • Interview (at the discretion of the department)
    In certain cases, you may also be contacted at a later point for additional information or for an in-person or telephone interview.

     

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of Purpose (five pages double spaced plus bibliography) should include:
    • Your subject of interest,
    • The question which you will pose,
    • The methods that you will use,
    • A short presentation of relevant debates and theoretical engagements with which your work will correspond and use,
    • The name of a potential supervisor whose research area complements your own, and with whom you have communicated and would like to work.
  • Sample of writing.

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of Purpose (three pages double spaced plus bibliography) should include:
    • Your research and fieldwork intentions,
    • A short presentation of relevant debates and theories with which your work will engage,
    • The name of a potential supervisor whose research area is compatible with your interests with whom you would like to work. It is recommended that contact be made with a potential supervisor prior to submitting the application.
  • Sample of writing (optional).

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Statement of Purpose (three pages double spaced plus bibliography) should include:
    • Your research intentions and the methods you propose to use,
    • A short presentation of relevant debates and theories with which your work will engage,
    • The name of a potential supervisor whose research area is compatible with your interests with whom you would like to work. It is recommended that contact be made with a potential supervisor prior to submitting the application.
  • Sample of writing (optional).

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Applicants are required to identify a supervisor in their statement of purpose.
  • Statement of purpose (1 page maximum) should indicate why the applicant is interested in the program and which areas he or she hopes to specialize in.
  • Applicants are encouraged to contact the Graduate Program Director for a conversation before applying.

  • Three Letters of Reference and assessment form (2 must be from academic sources) 
  • Statement of purpose (approximately 600 words), outlining your background, work experience, and desire to be a journalist 
  • Curriculum vitae (CV) including a summary of any work experience (paid or voluntary) that is relevant to your application 

  • Two Letters of Reference and assessment form
  • Statement of purpose (a maximum of 2 pages) should outline:
    • your related volunteer and/or work experience and why the Youth Work program is of interest to you
    • how the Youth Work program is aligned with your professional and personal goals 
    • your strengths and areas for growth in your professional/personal development
    • your planned commitments in contributing to the Youth Work cohort community as a student in the program
    • the Youth Work program in Applied Human Sciences is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and accessible learning community. Social justice and addressing inequities are central features of Youth Work professional practice. As part of your Statement of Purpose, we ask that you speak to your understanding of, and contribution to, equity, diversity and inclusion in your personal, professional and academic journeys. Applicants from underrepresented and marginalized groups are encouraged to self-identify
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Gina Cody School of Engineering

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

Applications for MASc and PhD programs, once complete, are sent to BCEE Department for review by potential supervisors. This entire process may take up to 8 weeks. To accelerate the process, applicants may wish to contact research faculty in your area in order to express your interests and qualifications. It is recommended that you submit a research dossier that includes:

  • Student ID and a detailed CV.
  • A brief statement of your research interest and background, or a research proposal.

In the event of lack of supervisor, qualified MASc applicants will be notified and offered admission into the MEng Program instead. Applicants who wish to take advantage of this option can send the request to the Graduate Program Director at any time.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

Applications for MASc and PhD programs, once complete, are sent to BCEE Department for review by potential supervisors. This entire process may take up to 8 weeks. To accelerate the process, applicants may wish to contact research faculty in your area in order to express your interests and qualifications. It is recommended that you submit a research dossier that includes:

  • Student ID and a detailed CV.
  • A brief statement of your research interest and background, or a research proposal.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

Applications for MASc and PhD programs, once complete, are sent to BCEE Department for review by potential supervisors. This entire process may take up to 8 weeks. To accelerate the process, applicants may wish to contact research faculty in your area in order to express your interests and qualifications. It is recommended that you submit a research dossier that includes:

  • Student ID and a detailed CV.
  • A brief statement of your research interest and background, or a research proposal.

In the event of lack of supervisor, qualified MASc applicants will be notified and offered admission into the MEng Program instead. Applicants who wish to take advantage of this option can send the request to the Graduate Program Director at any time.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

You can identify up to three supervisors in your application form. Once the application is considered complete, it will be forwarded to the department to be reviewed by potential supervisors. Supervisors may select you, however, to accelerate the process, you may wish to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.
Your research dossier should include:

  • Your Student ID and a detailed CV.
  • All relevant transcripts.
  • A brief statement of your research interest and background, or a research proposal.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made..

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

Applications for MASc and PhD programs, once complete, are sent to BCEE Department for review by potential supervisors. This entire process may take up to 8 weeks. To accelerate the process, applicants may wish to contact research faculty in your area in order to express your interests and qualifications. It is recommended that you submit a research dossier that includes:

  • Student ID and a detailed CV.
  • A brief statement of your research interest and background, or a research proposal.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work. 

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work. 

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.  

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.  

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.  

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.  

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.  

Applicants can identify up to three supervisors in their application form.

An admission offer will not be issued until a supervisor match has been made. Students are encouraged to review the list of faculty members' field of interests and directly contact those with whom you would like to work.  

Faculty of Fine Arts

A writing sample (8-10 pages), which usually takes the form of an art history undergraduate essay.

  • A letter of support from the applicant's proposed supervisor at Concordia University
  • A writing sample (15-20 pages), usually a chapter from the applicant's MA thesis
  • A statement of purpose (5-8 pages) which should discuss why the applicant has chosen to pursue a Doctorate in Art History at Concordia University. Like a detailed research proposal, the letter should indicate the project that the applicant aims to develop, the contribution to scholarship it will make, and how the applicant's academic and professional background has prepared him/her to undertake the proposed research. If a faculty member agrees to supervise a project, they can give some advice in preparing a research proposal for the application.

Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation.

John Molson School of Business

  • Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation (academic or professional)

More details on this program’s admission requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation (academic or professional)

More details on this program’s admission requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit three letters of recommendation (preferably 2 or more academic reference letters)
  • On a case-by-case basis, applicants may be requested to do an admission interview
  • Applicants are required to submit a GMAT score of 640 or above. Although the GMAT is preferred, this program also accepts GRE scores.

More details on this program’s admission requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation (preferably academic)
  • Applicants are required to submit a GMAT score of 580 or above. Although the GMAT is preferred, this program also accepts GRE scores.
  • On a case-by-case basis, applicants may be requested to join an admission interview

More details on this program’s admission requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit one letter of recommendation (preferably academic).
  • Applicants are required to have successfully completed all courses listed in our Prerequisite courses section before beginning the CPA program. ACCO courses must be completed at a Canadian institution, with a minimum overall GPA of 2.8 / 4.3.

More details on this program’s admission requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation (preferably academic)
  • Applicants are required to submit a GMAT score of 580 or above. Although the GMAT is preferred, this program also accepts GRE scores.
  • On a case-by-case basis, applicants may be requested to join an admission interview

More details on this program’s admission requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation (preferably academic)
  • Applicants are required to submit a GMAT score of 580 or above. Although the GMAT is preferred, this program also accepts GRE scores.
  • On a case-by-case basis, applicants may be requested to join an admission interview

More details on this program’s admission requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation (preferably academic)
  • Applicants are required to submit a GMAT score of 580 or above. Although the GMAT is preferred, this program also accepts GRE scores.
  • On a case-by-case basis, applicants may be requested to join an admission interview

More details on this program’s admission requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit three letters of recommendation (professional or academic)
  • Applicants are required to complete a video interview
  • Applicants are required to submit a GMAT score of 580 or above. Although the GMAT is preferred, this program may also consider a GRE score, on a case-by-case basis.
  • On a case-by-case basis, applicants may be requested to do a live admission interview

More details on this program’s admission requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation (professional or academic).
  • Applicants are required to do an admission interview with the Program Director.
  • Managerial experience is not required, but preferred.
  • Applicants are required to submit a GMAT score or an Executive Assessment. Some exceptions may apply.
  • A small number of candidates may be accepted without a Bachelor’s degree.

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  • Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation (professional or academic)
  • Applicants are required to submit a GMAT score of 580 or above. Although the GMAT is preferred, this program also accepts GRE scores.
  • Candidates who have successfully passed the CFA level 1 may be considered for a GMAT exemption

More details on this program’s admission requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation (professional or academic)

More details on this program’s admission requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation (preferably academic)
  • Applicants are required to submit a GMAT score of 580 or above. Although the GMAT is preferred, this program also accepts GRE scores.
  • On a case-by-case basis, applicants may be requested to join an admission interview

More details on this program’s admission requirements

School of Graduate Studies

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Sample of scholarly work
  • Program Proposal:
    • a detailed statement of the fields of study and the core areas to be covered by the proposed program
    • a concise description of the intended research (including expected outcomes, a detailed rationale of the need for an individualized program)
    • a statement explaining the relationship between the proposed members of the supervisory committee and the core areas of the proposed research
    • proposal of courses (18 credits) central to the program of study, including one 3-credit research seminar and 6 credits in regularly schedule graduate courses
    • bibliography (2 pages).
  • Supervisory committee forms from at least three potential committee members one of whom is designated Principal Supervisor. 

Specific admission requirements for the program include:

  • Sample of scholarly work
  • Program Proposal:
    • a detailed statement of the fields of study and the core areas to be covered by the proposed program
    • a concise description of the intended research (including expected outcomes, a detailed rationale of the need for an individualized program)
    • a statement explaining the relationship between the proposed members of the supervisory committee and the core areas of the proposed research
    • proposal of courses (18 credits) central to the program of study, including one 3-credit research seminar and 6 credits in regularly schedule graduate courses
    • bibliography (2 pages).
  • Supervisory committee forms from at least three potential committee members one of whom is designated Principal Supervisor. 

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