We have closed our courses to non-program students effective February, 2011. Please check the announcements for updates and do not apply until the process has been re-opened.
We encourage practitioners or students from other graduate programs to take advantage of the opportunity to join our courses as non-program students.
Successful applicants are required to participate in a self-directed online Non-Program Student Orientation before the start of the program. Failure to successfully complete the orientation may result in withdrawal of the offer of admission.
To qualify to take a course in the Graduate Centre for Applied Psychology as a non-program student, you must meet the following entrance requirements:
- A minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 in the last 10 full-course equivalents. Please check the GCAP Grade Conversions for equivalent grades on 9-point and percent scales.
- An undergraduate (baccalaureate) degree, normally a 4-year academic degree (defined as 120 credits or 20 full-course equivalents).
- Demonstrated proficiency in the English language. If English is not your first language, there are several ways in which English Language Proficiency can be demonstrated.
- For some GCAP courses, additional prerequisites may be required.