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Program Information

This page features information about programs, tuition/fees, deadlines and frequently asked questions on applications/admissions for the College of Psychology.


The college's tuition and fee information can be found HERE.

Do I have to submit transcripts from schools if the courses are already listed on my other transcripts?

For admission to our academic programs, applicants must submit ALL official transcripts from each school attended, including high school courses in which college credit was awarded.

Could you explain your transfer of credits policy?

Each program determines the number of possible credits that can be transferred, therefore please refer to your specific program for the maximum number of credits allowed. Evaluations will be performed once students are admitted into a program.

When requesting an evaluation for transferring credits from a regionally accredited college or university, you must submit a syllabus for each course, each professor’s educational information, and if a doctoral class, a letter from the Chair of the program classifying the courses as doctorate level.

Does the university offer application fee waivers?

The College of Psychology does not offer application fee waivers.

Does the College offer military discounts?

Information on Veterans educational benefits is located HERE. The university offers additional support through its Veterans Resource Center. Currently, the College of Psychology does not offer tuition scholarships for military personnel and/or veterans. 

Do you offer scholarships?

Yes. Information on scholarships and grants are located HERE.

Who is my program advisor?

Please contact your academic program for the name of your advisor. Once you have been admitted, you will receive registration and academic advising information from your program.

Where is my welcome packet?

Welcome packets are emailed to accepted students. It includes basic information and hyperlinks to your program and department, including contact information for further assistance.

How will my degree prepare me for future employment? How much will I make?

Job opportunities vary by academic program. It is recommended that you work with your professors concerning qualifications for positions in your employment field. For specific job qualifications, it is recommended that you research qualifications that are being asked of candidates as well as visiting the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics website,

What about licensure/certification requirements?

Information about this topic is located HERE.

What are the international student requirements?

Admissions requirements for international applicants are located on each academic program webpage. It is important to read and fully understand all of the program’s requirements. Additionally, international applicants, who have completed university level coursework outside of the U.S., must have their credentials evaluated by a NACES member. Go to for more information. A course by course (with GPA) evaluation is required for admissions.

If English is not your first language, you must take an English proficiency exam. Below are the required scores:

  • IETLS: 6.0
  • TOEFL: 79-80
  • UCLES - C/MELAB: 80%


Do I need to have my foreign credentials evaluated, if I already have a degree from the U.S.?

Yes, a NACES evaluation of university-level work outside of the U.S. must be submitted.


If English is not my first language, and I received a degree from a regionally accredited school in the U.S., do I need to submit proof of English proficiency?

No. Earning a degree from a college or university in the U.S. satisfies an applicant’s proof of English proficiency.

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