Minimum Requirements for Admission
Admissions decisions are based on multiple criteria, including undergraduate academic record, scores on the Graduate Record Examination (Quantitative, Verbal, and Writing), letters of recommendation, and evidence of special accomplishments (e.g., exemplary performance in research courses, completed research papers), and relevant past experience. The criteria are considered in the aggregate. Special strength in one area can compensate for below-expectation status on another criterion. Congruence between program and student goals is also an important consideration. Admission to all graduate programs in the School of Education is competitive; meeting minimal admission criteria does not guarantee admission. The program has affirmative action goals; candidates from historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.
- Undergraduate and/or graduate GPA of at least 3.0.
- GRE scores.
- Foundation work in psychology appropriate for graduate study.
- Academic and professional interests that are consonant with those of a member of the EPSY faculty.
- Supportive academic and/or professional recommendations.
- International Students only: TOEFL scores (114) or IELTS (8.0)
The following documents contain information about grades, grade point averages, time limits, independent study/readings credits, deadlines, and other relevant topics. Please consult them for additional information about School of Education graduate programs and all required coursework.
The deadline for submitting complete materials for admission to this program is December 15 for enrollment in the fall semester. Admissions to this program are for enrollment beginning in the fall semester only of each year.
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