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Graduate Studies Application Process

Graduate Programs

Step 1: Choose Your Program

Concordia University of Edmonton offers a full range undergraduate, graduate studies, after-degree, and certificate programs. View a full list of programs.

Step 2: Check Application Deadlines

Step 3: Apply

Applications are processed though ApplyAlberta. Visit the site to create a Security Identity and Access Management System (SIAMS) account and complete your application.

Step 4: Submit Application Documents

Applicable academic transcripts and documentation are due by the deadlines indicated in the academic calendar. Concordia University of Edmonton can request official transcripts on your behalf from institutions in Alberta that subscribe to the transcript request service through ApplyAlberta.

Step 5: Submit program-specific application documents, if applicable, listed below according to program.

Master of Arts in Biblical and Christian Studies (MA)

1) A recent written sample of work in the area of Biblical or Christian Studies

  • Normally a research paper produced in the last two years of a BA program
  • Papers specifically prepared for application also will be accepted

2) A statement of interest (approximately 500 words)

3) At least two letters of reference (sealed and endorsed) from two faculty members of the institution in which they completed most of their work in Religious Studies:

  • One letter from an instructor in fields related to the study of Christianity will be accepted
  • One letter must be from an instructor who has taught in the area of the student’s proposed graduate concentration and who can speak to the student’s competence in that area

Master of Information Systems Security Management (MISSM)

1) A professional resume and statement pf purpose

2) For Canadian citizens & permanent residents:

  • A clear security clearance (e.g. Police Information Check)

NOTE: International applicants are not required to submit a security clearance since it will be done by the Canadian High Commission when they apply for study permits.

Master of Information Systems Assurance Management (MISAM)

1) A professional resume and a statement of purpose

2) For Canadian citizens & permanent residents:

  • A clear security clearance (e.g. Police Information Check)

NOTE: International applicants are not required to submit a security clearance since it will be done by the Canadian High Commission when they apply for study permits.

Graduate Diploma in Information System Security (GSD-ISS)

1) A professional resume and a statement of purpose

2) For Canadian citizens & permanent residents:

  • A clear security clearance (e.g. Police Information Check)

NOTE: International applicants are not required to submit a security clearance since it will be done by the Canadian High Commission when they apply for study permits.

Graduate Diploma in Information Assurance (GSD-IA)

1) A professional resume and a statement of purpose

2) For Canadian citizens & permanent residents:

  • A clear security clearance (e.g. Police Information Check)

NOTE: International applicants are not required to submit a security clearance since it will be done by the Canadian High Commission when they apply for study permits.

Graduate Diploma in Environmental Public Health Practice (GSD-EHP)

1) Demonstration of university courses in chemistry, microbiology and human or mammalian physiology

2) A professional resume and a statement of career interests

Graduate Certificates in Public Health (PHLD, PHSC, PHVP)

1) A professional resume

Graduate Certificate/Diploma in Psychological Assessment (PA)

1) A professional resume and a statement of career objectives

 Step 6: Satisfy the English Language Requirement

Step 7: Respond to the Admissions Office

An Admission Advisor may contact you by email or phone throughout the application process. Your prompt response lets us review your university application so that you can continue planning for your future.