Master of Science in Counseling admissions requirements
Department of Psychological Sciences and Counseling (PSC)
- Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution. Degrees in a related field such as psychology, education, sociology, criminal justice, nursing, or ministry are preferred.
- Minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.00 and major GPA of 3.00
- GRE (optional) general preferred scores: Combined 295, V 150, Q 145, Writing 4
- Completion of undergraduate psychology courses in development, abnormal psychology, and statistics or research methods
The 2020-21 tuition for the graduate counseling program is $545/credit.
Foreign students (F-1 Visa)
- Proof of English language proficiency
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOFEL) within the past two years of 550 written, 213 computer-based, or 79 internet-based
Admission to all graduate programs is subject to availability of space. Program faculty size, the number of students already in a program, and the number of new applicants all affect selection ratios in a given year.
The Department of Psychological Sciences and Counseling (PSC) values diversity including, but not limited to, age, gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious preference, socioeconomic class, country of birth, or physical handicap.