Applicants will have a bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, education, or a related field.
Applicants must submit the following items to Graduate Admissions:
- Application and $50 application processing fee.
- Official transcript documenting bachelor's degree (including official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended).
- Note, to be considered official, transcripts must be received in a sealed envelope from the college or university. Transcripts may be delivered to Graduate Admissions as long as they remain in their original, unopened university envelope. Electronic transcripts received via eSCRIP-SAFE or Parchment Exchange are also acceptable.
- If your degree is not from a US college or university, please arrange for your transcript to be evaluated by an accredited transcript-evaluation company, such as FIS or WES. Have the report forwarded directly to Graduate Admissions.
- Personal statement, including long-term professional goals (maximum of 500 words).
- Two letters of recommendation.
- Moral Character and Personal Fitness Policy form (found in the online application).
- If applicable, copy of teaching certificate.
Applicants who meet the regular application deadline requirements, including an initial screening of their complete application file, will be interviewed by a School Counseling faculty member.
All correspondence regarding the interview process will be carried out by email using the address provided in the application. Please set your email filters accordingly.
April 1. Late applications will be considered.
Application and Admissions Questions
Contact Graduate Admissions at 800-601-0603 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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