A: Applications will be considered on a rolling basis throughout the year. However, we do review applications February 1 for fall admission for the next academic year. To ensure that your application will be considered, we strongly recommend that you submit your application by the deadline.
A:Typically, students are only admitted to the program for the Fall quarter. Please check with the Program Director for more information.
A: At times part-time students may be accepted. Please check with the program director to discuss your particular situation.
A: Graduate credits earned in another degree program can be accepted and applied towards the Ed.S. degree and individualized programs can be developed in consultation with the program director. In order to earn certification as a school psychologist, students must complete the Ed.S. degree program.
A: Yes, each year the department awards a number of Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTA) on a competitive basis. These assistantships may include tuition remission as well as a salary.
A: There is a separate application process for assistantships. Please check with the Graduate School for application information.
A: You will need to send all application materials directly to the Graduate School, not to the department of Psychology.
A: No. There are some prerequisite courses but you may take these during the course of your program if you are admitted. However, these prerequisite courses do not count toward your degree or certification. The courses are Descriptive and Inferential Statistics.
A: Yes. Students applying to the program need to take the GRE General Test. The Psychology Subject Test is NOT required. Click here for more information about the GRE and other testing locations.
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