Psychology - Master's
The Master's degree in Counseling and Psychology with a concentration in Psychology expands upon the study of thought processes and behavior of humans in their interaction with their environment. Through the review and evaluation of the study of emotion, motivation, problem solving, use of language, group interaction, adjustments to the social and physical environment, and the normal and abnormal development of these processes, graduates of this program are thoroughly prepared to provide quality, professional mental health services.
Students seeking admission to the Counseling and Psychology graduate program are required to have:
- Undergraduate GPA: at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale
- Undergraduate Coursework: Undergraduate coursework in psychology
- Letters of Recommendation: three letters of recommendation from faculty members or other persons who have adequate knowledge of the applicant's professional qualities or potential for success as a graduate student
- English Language Proficiency: International students are required to demonstrate competency in spoken and written English by taking appropriate standardized tests. See accepted standardized tests and minimum required scores »
Admission is not guaranteed. Students who do not meet the minimum requirements may be admitted on a provisional basis.