The Department of Psychological Science and Counseling currently offers the following Graduate Programs:
- Master of Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology (MSIO)
- Master of Science in Counseling
- Graduate Certificate in Academic Advising
- Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Counseling Psychology (anticipated launch date of Fall 2020).
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The Admissions Requirements listed below apply to all graduate master's programs in Psychology.
All students must meet the minimum requirements of the College of Graduate Studies.
Psychology Department Graduate Program Admission Policy: Admission to the M.S. in Counseling Program (both Mental Health and School Counseling concentrations) and the MSIO Program is competitive and selective. Meeting College of Graduate Studies minimum admission standards does not ensure that an applicant will be offered admission into a graduate program in Psychological Science and Counseling. Applicants who are admitted typically have a GPA of 3.0 or above and/or GRE scores that exceed the minimum scores required for admission to the College of Graduate Studies. A variety of factors are taken into account in admissions including undergraduate GPA, GRE scores, letters of recommendation, a personal statement, and number of available openings in the program of interest.
All completed applications will be reviewed. Priority admission will be given to applicants whose files are completed and who meet admission requirements prior to March 1st for fall admission. For MSIO admission for Spring Semester this date is November 1st. Later applications will be considered based upon openings.