Applying to the Program
Applicants are expected to have a four year honours BA from a humanities, social science, natural science or interdisciplinary program, and a background in the concepts of social and environmental justice. Applicants should have a minimum B standing or equivalent. An applicant who does not meet these requirements may still apply for admission as a qualifying student.
Applications are reviewed by the SJCE Admissions Committee, which considers:
- all prior university grades,
- the personal information form along with a statement of research interests related to the themes of social and/or environmental justice,
- A resumé of your academic and work experience. Include a history of your publication and scholarly paper activity and any other information you feel will interest the admissions committee.
- a writing sample, and
- 2 academic letters of reference.
Proficiency in English usage, both written and oral, is essential to pursue graduate studies at Laurier. Applicants whose language of instruction during the undergraduate degree was not English, must furnish evidence of superior proficiency in English prior to admission.