Admission to the master's degree programs is extremely competitive. Enrollment is limited to 40-50 graduate students per year.
Candidates must be admitted by the Graduate School before the department can recommend admission into the program. Admission by the Graduate School does not guarantee admission into the program.
Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution, as well as the following:
- Combined GRE (verbal and quantitative) scores from the last five years. We look for a minimum of 144 for the quantitative section, and 153 on the verbal section.
- Three letters of recommendation
- Completion of at least 15 semester hours or 24 quarter hours of undergraduate psychology courses (educational, social, counseling, or general psychology courses are acceptable)
- A GPA of at least 3.0 in those psychology or related courses
Strongly recommended experiences include:
- Counseling or volunteering experience
- Research experience (e.g., publications, honor's thesis, professional presentations, or research assistant)