The priority deadline for admission to the M.S. School Psychology is March 15. Applications received after the priority deadline will be reviewed based on the availability of limited space in the program.
- Possess a baccalaureate degree
- Satisfy the department that his or her undergraduate preparation indicates a high potential for successful advanced study in psychology
- Submit transcripts of undergraduate and any prior graduate work
- Have completed a minimum of 24 undergraduate credits in psychology, including courses in Introductory Psychology, Statistics, and a laboratory course
- Submit three to five letters of recommendation, one of which must be from an individual who will address the matter of the applicant's research potential
- Submit two papers from psychology courses: one a laboratory paper and one a term paper
- Provide a clearly written statement of educational and professional goals
- Submit acceptable scores from the Graduate Record Examinations (general)
- Complete an interview process with the departmental admissions committee
Students accepted for admission to the Master in Science program with any course deficiencies must remove these deficiencies prior to matriculation.
The Master in Science program may be undertaken on a part-time basis with a minimum of six credits per semester.