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Psychology, Applied M.S. Admission

Admission Requirements

Our program has competitive admissions. We evaluate applications based on a combination of undergraduate GPA and perceived fit with our program’s mission.

Students are welcome to apply for admission regardless of their undergraduate major. Those who have fewer than 18 credit hours of undergraduate psychology are required to complete a graduate leveling course that provides training in the foundational areas of psychology.

Students must have a cumulative undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher to be accepted to the program. If a student has under a 3.0 undergraduate GPA, then a graduate GPA may be substituted to gain admission to the program, but the student must have at least nine graduate hours and a 3.0 or higher graduate GPA.

We require the following for admission:


Application Deadlines

These deadlines are for application only. Financial Aid and Scholarships may have their own deadlines.

Spring: October 15
Summer/Fall: March 15

Applications for the M.S. in Applied Psychology program will be reviewed beginning on March 15 for summer/fall admissions and Oct. 15 for spring admissions. Applications received after these dates will be reviewed as they are received, and students will be admitted based on space available in the program.