The Professional Counseling Department admits graduate students annually to begin enrollment in the summer. Completed applications are due by January 15 to the Office of Graduate Studies for consideration for summer admission. Applications received after the January 15 deadline will be considered in the next application cycle.
A completed application is one that provides both the materials submitted by the applicant and all required materials provided by other sources, such as references and MAT score.
Applications are considered complete by the January 15 deadline only if all application materials have been received in the Office of Graduate Studies by January 15.
- On-line application
- Application Fee
- Application Supplement
- COEHS Disclosure Form
- Two letters of reference and the reference form
Miller Analogies Test (MAT) Please note that the GRE is not accepted in place of the MAT.
- Official undergraduate transcripts
- Current Resume
Consideration for Admission in full academic standing includes:
A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited university or college
A minimum undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 overall or 3.25 in the last one-half (4.00 scale)
Two letters of reference and the reference form
A completed application supplement
College of Education and Human Services disclosure statement
Evidence of two or more years of counseling or relevant experience (employment or volunteer)
An individual and group interview with department faculty members, current students and candidates for admission