Successful applicants to regular matriculated status will have:
- An undergraduate degree in psychology (or a related discipline such as education, criminal justice, sociology, etc.) from an accredited institution with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. *
- Completed coursework in research/statistics and abnormal psychology at the undergraduate level with a minimum grade of B in each course prior to matriculation into the program (waiving these requirements may be possible with permission by program coordinator).
- Work and/or life experience relevant to the study of clinical mental health counseling.
- Strong letters of reference from individuals knowledgeable about the applicant’s academic preparation and/or relevant experience.
- A strong personal interview with a CMHC faculty member (either in in person on campus or through computer software that allows real-time, face to face meetings).
*Applicants with a 2.5 GPA or better may be conditionally admitted to the program with the requirement that they achieve a "B" average during their first semester.
To complete the admissions process, students must submit:
- Online application
- Official college transcripts
- Three letters of recommendation
- Statement of professional goals
- Successful completion of a faculty interview