Official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate coursework.
Two (but preferably three) letters of recommendation addressing your potential for graduate study in psychology. Preferably the letters should come from college professors who are familiar with your work, but if you have been out of school for some years, letters from non-academic professionals such as work supervisors may be acceptable.
A statement about the applicant’s personal and professional goals. Clearly state whether you are interesting in the content or thesis track, and your psychology areas of interest. If you are interested in the thesis track, include the the faculty that you would like to work with. See the Work-in-Progress and Major Research Interests for Master’s Thesis Supervising Faculty.
GRE Scores from the Verbal and Quantitative sections of the Graduate Record Examination may be submitted but are not required. GRE subject test scores are not required nor recommended for submission.
A writing sample (e.g., a research paper written as part of undergraduate psychology course) is encouraged, but not required.