The MSCRMHC program does not require a specific undergraduate degree for admission. However, a major in one of the social sciences, with course work in abnormal and developmental psychology, and basic statistics or measurement, better prepares an applicant for the program.
Applicants seeking admission to the program must submit all application materials to the Office of Graduate Studies by the current graduate catalog deadline dates. No applications will be considered until all required information arrives at the Office of Graduate Studies.
|Transcripts (all graduate and undergraduate)
|Standardized Exam (e.g. GRE)
|Waived if GPA is 3.0+
|Admission Essay/Letter of Interest
|Letters of Reference
Applicants seeking admission to the Master of Science in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling must submit all application materials to the Office of Graduate Studies by the current graduate catalog deadline dates. No applications will be considered until all required information arrives at the Office of Graduate Studies. Application materials include:
Completed applications are reviewed by the program faculty screening committee and a personal interview, either in person or by telephone may be, scheduled. Consideration is given to the relevant qualifications of applicants across all required areas. No one criterion is used in selecting applicants for admission. Program faculty is dedicated to recruiting and accepting a diverse body of applicants who are sensitive to the needs of our increasingly pluralistic society. The Department of Rehabilitation and Human Services honors diversity and appreciates the variety of perspectives and experiences that our students, clients, and colleagues bring. We invite applications from all racial groups, all genders regardless of sexual orientation, and persons with disabilities.
All new MSCRMHC students will be required to participate in a New Student Orientation within their first year of study.