Canada's largest program and one of the most diverse with seven areas of study including the country's only History & Theory of Psychology program; as well as opportunities for research and professional training.
Program focus is to prepare graduates to contribute to solutions of both theoretical and applied problems.
The 77 professors include several who are cross-appointed to other graduate programs such as Biology, Kinesiology & Health Science, Philosophy and Women's Studies.
Sixty-one applied practicum supervisors are affiliated with the program along with 39 adjunct professors.
The program is associated with many research units at York, including: Institute for Social Research; LaMarsh Centre for Research on Violence & Conflict Resolution; Centre for Vision Research; Centre for Research in Earth & Space Science; and the Centre for Feminist Research.
* Because the number of applicants greatly exceeds the number of positions available, meeting our minimum admission requirements is not a guarantee of admission.
Upload the required and supplementary documents and materials permitted for submission through MyFile. All other required documentation submitted by mail must be sent in a single package. (Exception: official transcripts sent to York directly from previous educational institutions. Official transcripts must come directly from, and bear the unbroken seal of, the issuing institution.) See checklist (PDF).
Mail or Courier Completed Application Package to:
Mail York University Office of Graduate Admissions P.O. Box GA2300 4700 Keele Street Toronto, ON CANADA M3J 1P3
Courier York University Office of Graduate Admissions W322 Bennett Centre for Student Services 4700 Keele Street Toronto, ON CANADA M3J 1P3