- 两封推荐信（教育学硕士，学术. 专业各一封），心理学. 政治科学硕士三封；
- 写作样本（英语. 政治. 社科. 休闲管理硕士）；
- IMPORTANT NOTE FOR MSC PSYCHOLOGY APPLICANTS
NEW ADMISSIONS APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 15th, 2017. Applicants must apply and submit their supporting documentation by this date if they wish to be considered for admission for September 2017. This is also the deadline to be considered for the first round of internal funding. The deadline has now passed and the Dept is not accepting any further applications for 2017.
- IMPORTANT NOTE FOR MSC BIOL & GEOL APPLICANTS
You MUST have the consent of a potential supervisor BEFORE you initiate your application. Having a supervisor in place is a requirement that must be met before beginning the application process for these two graduate programs only. Please consult the GEOLOGY or BIOLOGY website for a list of faculty members.
- IMPORTANT NOTE FOR MSC APPLIED GEOMATICS APPLICANTS
Applicants can only apply to this program:
- AFTER having completed the Diploma program at the College of Geographic Sciences (CoGS) in GIS, Remote Sensing or Marine Geomatics and an advanced diploma at the Applied Geomatics Research Group (NSCC Middleton Campus);
- When a supervisor at the NSCC Middleton campus has been confirmed;
- When a project has been confirmed; and
- When funding is in place
- IMPORTANT NOTES FOR M.ED. COUNSELLING APPLICANTS
Applications for the MEd Counselling program will be accepted commencing October 1st, 2017. The School is not accepting any new applications for 2017-2018. All components of the application package MUST be received and/or clearly postmarked no later than December 1st, 2017. The School of Education will exercise discretion in deciding whether to review application packages that are completed beyond the deadline.
The MEd Counselling program begins on the Acadia University campus the first week in July for both full-time and part-time cohorts. All courses for the full-time cohort are offered on campus.
Members of the part-time MEd Counselling cohort will complete courses on the Acadia University campus during the first three weeks in July over three consecutive summers. The remaining courses will be delivered in Halifax and are generally offered evenings and weekends throughout the fall and winter semesters.
All students who are enrolled in the Master of Education in Counselling program at Acadia University must complete a practicum component involving work with children and/or vulnerable adults and will have to undergo a criminal record check before being permitted to register in the practicum. Some practicum sites also require a Child Abuse Registry search. If your Criminal Record Check and/or Child Abuse Registry search results raise concern about potential risk to children or vulnerable adults, you will not be permitted to register in the practicum. Because the practicum is required for successful completion of the Counselling program, non-eligibility to undertake a practicum would mean that you would not be able to complete the program or graduate. Therefore, you should consider this requirement carefully before applying to, or continuing in, Acadia’s Master of Education in Counselling program.
Due to stringent entry requirements, applicants are strongly advised to read the FAQ at http://education.acadiau.ca/graduate-programs.html
- Minimum Admission Requirements
Admission to graduate programs is competitive and possession of the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. Some departments and schools have additional requirements. Please consult the individual discipline entries in the University Academic Calendar.
Candidates for admission to the graduate programs of Acadia University must possess an honours degree, or a four-year bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent, from an approved university. Those candidates possessing a major in a field other than that of their graduate program will normally be required to take sufficient undergraduate courses to make up the equivalent of an Acadia undergraduate major. Special consideration may be given to those candidates wishing to change from one undergraduate field to a related graduate one.
Candidates must have at least a B- average (70%) in the courses taken in the major field in the last two undergraduate years (or 60 credit hours) of university study, including coursework in undergraduate degree(s) and any graduate work completed.
The number of students admitted to our graduate programs is limited and possession of the minimum entrance requirements does not ensure admission. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Graduate Studies Officer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.