Admission Requirements MSc (OS program)
Admission to the degree program is open to candidates who have completed a four year baccalaureate degree in a field which can be related to the interdisciplinary field of Occupational Science. Candidates must have a GPA = 3.0 or greater; on a 4.3 scale, calculated on the last 20 half credits of the degree and
must satisfy the general requirements for admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Priority will be given to applicants who demonstrate the most favourable combination of academic excellence, leadership experiences, referee recommendation, and passion for the interdisciplinary field of occupational science. Priority will be given to full-time thesis students.
The Dalhousie University Faculty of Health Equitable Admissions Policy, the School of Occupational Therapy is committed to improving the representation of Aboriginal/Indigenous ancestry (especially Mi’kmaq), members of racialized groups, persons of African descent (especially African Nova Scotians), Acadians, persons with dis/Abilities, and persons belonging to sexual orientation and/or gender identity (SOGI) minority groups in the program. Applicants from these groups who meet the minimum application requirements will be given preference in admissions. If you belong to one of these groups and wish to take advantage of this policy, you may voluntarily provide this information about yourself in the letter of intent.
Single course for those courses open for SSGS students: SSGS applicants need only provide:
- FGS application forms; which are available at dalgrad.dal.ca/admissions;
- If applicable, proof of English language competency; (International Students)
- two copies of official transcripts of all university courses;
- identify request for specific courses of interest
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